|Subscribe today and save tomorrow |
|Posted: Thursday, August 26, 2010 10:07 am |
|It is not too late to get signed up for the first-ever coupon book offered at the Weakley County Press. |
The effort has been a three-month compilation of county businesses working with The Press office to give subscribers a great deal on local products.
This year’s coupon book features 44 local businesses across the county. From clothing retailers to pet supplies to photography, home decor and food, this gift to our subscribers is sure to save our readers hundreds of dollars, just in time for the gift-giving season.
This is how it works. Come to The Press office, call, email or mail in a subscription for at least one year and you will be signed up to receive the special coupon booklet.
Shopping at home makes absolute sense. By partnering with local businesses, The Press can pass on savings to our readers, it only takes one one-year subscription to cash in on the hundreds of dollars worth of savings.
“Shopping locally helps keep tax dollars in the local economy. Those tax dollars, in turn, help pay for the roads we drive on, the schools are children attend and the wonderful emergency services we are so grateful to have in this community,” Press News Editor Sabrina Bates said.
“We were excited with this venture and our area businesses were excited with the opportunity to offer unique savings to the community,” she added.
“We support our businesses and our businesses support us. This is our way of trying to promote and build our local businesses,” Press Advertising Manager Lynette Wagster shared.
By supporting area businesses throughout the year, Press readers can save money and promote growth.
Subscribe today and save tomorrow, next week and next year. Senior discounts of 10 percent are still available at The Press.
Call Linda Stockton at 587-3144 to subscribe and be added to The Press’s mailing list for the coupon booklet.