UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • March 2018 • 21 GET YOUR PHOTO TAKEN HOLDING THE UPBEAT TIMES and we’ll put you in...
First Ever! Sonoma County UPBEAT TIMES YEARBOOK “We’re Wild for Good News!”
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This is a wonderful supplement to the Upbeat Times!
1/4 pages $350 (reg $450) 1/2 pages $700 (reg $785) Full Pages $1250 (reg $1350)
Reserve before July 1st and we’ll take off an additional 20%. Reserve before Oct 1st. and we’ll take off 10%.
You receive Photo, logo and 100 word description and an ad:1/8th page for free if you want. Yearbook will also be published online!
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1st Ever Upbeat Times Annual Photo Yearbook!!! Upbeat Celebrates 20 years of Good News!
Printed and published on January 2019! Don’t miss your chance! Is your company Upbeat? Are you an upbeat citizen of Sonoma County? Is your group the most Upbeat Group or or- ganization in Sonoma County? Everyone is welcome! We’re looking for the people, com- panies & groups that inspire other people in life with the best service, positive attitudes and a zest for life!
We have hired a professional photographer that will take the photo by appointment or you can send your own! FREE of Charge!
Reserve your space in in the Sonoma County Upbeat Times Yearbook today! Interested? firstname.lastname@example.org
Call the Publisher:707-494-1767 Intelligence without ambition is a bird without wings. ~ Salvador Dali UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • March 2018 • 21
Call us to save and to be a part of a new Sonoma County Tra- dition. Each year we will pub- lish this PHOTO yearbook to chronicle the Good News that happens in our community!
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