Friday, February 25, 2011
Due to popular demand the New Hartford Village Green will be published this year by May 31, just in time for summer! The Village Green is a great tool used by newcomers to the area (business and residential) to locate services, learn history of the area and just to get a feel of the New Hartford Community. Advertisers need to get their copy in soon, to be sure they have saved a spot for their business in this years issue. Ad prices are as follows: Full Page (full color) Back Cover $750.00 (price includes ad and link to your website, 1" logo ad on New Hartford Chamber blogspot). All ads must be in by May 30, 2011. Minimum copy run will be 500 books and will be determined by total number of advertisers. Also, this year a PDF version will be available for the first time on www.newhartfordchamber.blogspot.com. Last time copies were distributed to advertisers, NH Central School, NH Chamber, NH Town/Village Offices, NH Historical and NH Police Dept and we will keep you updated on locations for distribution of copies.
Inside front Full color$620.00 or back Cover (full color) $750.00 (price includes ad and link to your website, 1" logo ad on New Hartford Chamber blogspot).see ad sizes below in B&W 1/2 PG $290, 1/4PG $165, Biz Card $110
Inside book (black and white)and line listing in advertisers on Chamber blogspot FULL PAGE-full B&W $295 (7.25 x 10") 1/2 PAGE $155 (4.5 x 7.25) 1/4 PAGE $95 (4.25x 3.5/8") Biz Card $55 2 x 3.5
Send checks and ad copy to: IGC Graphics, 4340 Middle Settlement Rd., New Hartford 13413. Any questions contact Pat Huther 315.732.5896
Friday, February 18, 2011
Suitable for framing this reproduction map of the village circa 1906-08 is available in 11 x 17 for 6.95 add 4.00 for laminating, 12 x 18" for 9.95 plus 4.50 for laminating. stop in at IGC Graphics 4340 Middle Settlement Rd NH 13413. Prices do not inc any taxes or shipping. e-mail us at: email@example.com for more details
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
After an exhilirating early evening XC ski 1/2 mile uphill climb, you're rewarded with a magnificent sweeping view of the city lights below. Add a backdrop of the sun setting over your shoulder against a remarkable contrasty pallette of inky and cerulean blues, and salmon and sherbert orange colours. No matter when, or how many times I venture up, the view always takes my breath away.