VOICE of the Valley
Newspaper in Maple Valley, WA
About VOICE of the Valley
VOICE of the Valley Newspaper
Your Only Local Weekly Newspaper for over 40 years
Publisher: Donna L. Hayes – email@example.com
P.O. Box 307 Maple Valley, WA 98038 425-432-9696 / FAX 425-432-0701
We would like to introduce ourselves and offer your company the opportunity to advertise in our newspaper. As you can see we are a community-oriented paper that prints articles about the community and its residents. We encourage the residents and businesses of our community to submit advertising and human-interest stories to be published.
We hope you will take the time to look over the paper and the rates and give us a call. The VOICE is a community-oriented newspaper, privately owned and operated in the communities of Maple Valley, Black Diamond, Hobart, Lake Sawyer, Ravensdale, Selleck and other outlying areas like some parts of Covington. We have been in business for more than 40 years. Our circulation is up to 17,300 weekly and is distributed by direct mail to the above communities every week.
We accept all community related news stories from schools, churches, human interest, sports and more. We strive to make each paper a 'Hometown Newspaper' and would like the community to participate in supporting their hometown paper. Send your news articles to firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer display ads, inserts/flyers, classifieds, service directories and church directory. We also like to include editorials, births, weddings, engagements, obituaries, sports, senior citizen news, school news, school lunch menus, recipes, police news and more in every edition.
Display advertising deadline is 5PM on Wednesdays for guaranteed placement. We will gladly design the ad for you at no extra charge or accept your camera-ready material. We can be contacted at 425-432-9696 or through our 24-hour fax line at 425-432-0701. Our e-mail address is email@example.com
We look forward to doing business with you. Please feel free to contact the VOICE for any further questions you may have.
VOICE of the Valley Staff