The Town Crier continues to serve our community because of supporting advertising and our Membership model. Both are essential to our newspaper’s existence. More than 2,000 U.S. newspapers have disappeared during the past 15 years, and we don’t want the Town Crier to join them.
The Town Crier is distributed to 10 locations around our Hill, and by mail to the Idyllwild and Mountain Center mailboxes of TC Members, as well as to Members from Honolulu, Hawaii, to Kennebunkport, Maine. Members in Canada read their TCs online.
Many folk have second homes on our Hill, so they are interested in the goods and services available right here in our community.
As more and more businesses and organizations return to full operation, they’ll be running ads in the TC for much-needed employees and to let customers and clients know their new business hours, their wares and fares, and their return-to-full-operations specials.
For advertising to support our community newspaper, businesses both on and off our Hill must know their Town Crier ads really do work for them. So, please tell them you saw their ads in the Town Crier.
Many thanks to our Town Crier advertisers, to our Members, and to all our readers for keeping us serving our Hill community.