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EDC Solicting Advertisers to Promote Town

by Press Release
November 22, 2017

The Town of Holliston Economic Development Committee (EDC) has been working collaboratively with Global Design & Publishing, LLC to develop a 12+ page Business and Community Guide that includes a written and photographic profile of the town including items like competitive advantages, business resources and quality of life. The Guide is scheduled for release in early 2018 and is ad-based. Ad prices range from $400 for a 1/6 page 4 1/2" x 2  1/8" to $1,600 for a full page. 2,500 magazines will be distributed to the Town of Holliston and advertisers.

Responses to our initial inquiries were limited. We would like to encourage local business support in the first edition of this valuable publication. For more information, please contact Karen Sherman, Town Planner and Economic Development Director at 429-0635 or shermank@holliston.k12.ma.us or Kelly Tourtellotte from GDP Publishing at (860)963-0414 or kelly@gdpublishing.com

 

 

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