The Shelburne News has been a community staple for more than four decades, first published in 1967 as “Shelburne: A Newsletter” by resident Phyllis Deming. The paper transitioned into a weekly publication in 1992, now distributed free-of-charge to every Shelburne residence and area business. As Shelburne is ranked the third most affluent city in Vermont, we provide advertisers with a rare avenue for marketing precisely to Vermont’s highest-income consumers.
Shelburne News delivers the latest news directly from municipal meetings; Police, Fire and Rescue, and Parks and Recreation Departments; as well as the Pierson Library. We work to serve our towns with free calendar postings and nonbusiness classified listings. Each issue spotlights one of our thousands of notable neighbors in the column “People of Shelburne” and features a local high school athlete in “Covering the Field.”
We are dedicated to giving back to the community well beyond our newspaper pages. Shelburne News hosts Shelburne Community School’s community service internship program, and proudly sponsors town events. We are connected 24 hours a day via Facebook, Twitter, and shelburnenews.com.
To advertise email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (802) 985-3091
WRP purchased The Charlotte Citizen in May 2011 and, by September, expanded coverage to Hinesburg under its new entity, The Citizen. As the fresh face in town, we harmonize neighboring hometown happenings into one convenient publication, distributing subscription-free to every Charlotte and Hinesburg home as well as area businesses. As Charlotte is ranked among the top 10 most affluent cities in Vermont, The Citizen provides advertisers a rare avenue for marketing precisely to Vermont’s highest-income consumers. We are grateful to have been welcomed into these vibrant towns, as our publication only prospers through community support.
The Citizen delivers the latest news directly from municipal meetings; Police, Fire and Rescue, and Parks and Recreation Departments; as well as Charlotte and Carpenter-Carse Libraries. We work to serve our towns with free calendar postings and nonbusiness classified listings. The Citizen stays connected through www.thecitizenvt.com, Facebook, and Twitter.
Shelburne News and The Citizen are part of the Burlington Area Newspaper Group (BANG) which consists of eight community newspapers in and around Chittenden County with over 100,000 total readership. Working with your Wind Ridge Publishing sales executive, your ad can be placed in a minimum of three newspapers (or all eight), which include: The Citizen (5,000) (Charlotte/Hinesburg), So. Burlington’s The Other Paper (9,750), Shelburne News (5,000), Stowe Reporter (5,000), The Valley Reporter (3,700) (Waitsfield/Warren), Williston Observer (7,000), Waterbury Record (4,500), and News & Citizen (13,500).
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Destination VT Magazine
Destination VT hit shelves in 1999 as a monthly publication supported by the Burlington International Airport. Undergoing a 21st-century transformation, Destination VT became a quarterly magazine in 2013, providing both Vermont natives and transplants, day-trippers and vacationers, with a snapshot of the Green Mountain State’s artistic and cultural landscape. Each issue features local restaurants and activities, talented artists and writers, as well as socially-responsible Vermont companies. The magazine meets its readers from Vermont’s Welcome Centers; lobbies of area hotels, restaurants, and supermarkets; and 24/7 via www.destinationvt.com, Twitter, and Facebook.