Pipestone Flyer still available in cities

Last April your community newspaper The Pipestone Flyer stopped home-to-home delivery in the cities of Wetaskiwin and Leduc...

Your community newspaper is available at several locations in the cities of Wetaskiwin and Leduc.

Last April your community newspaper The Pipestone Flyer stopped home-to-home delivery in the cities of Wetaskiwin and Leduc and re-focused on rural areas. However, the newspaper is still available at a number of locations in the cities despite the fact readers won’t get the paper delivered right to their door.

There are a number of convenient locations to pick up your copy of The Pipestone Flyer every week if you live in the cities of Wetaskiwin and Leduc.  The Pipestone Flyer is always available for readers to pick up at Fresh Market in Millet, city hall, Wetaskiwin Co-op, Shoppers Drug Mart, TD Bank, Value Drug Mart, the County of Wetaskiwin office, Denham Inn and the Shell station in or near Wetaskiwin and No Frills, city hall, Valmart, Leduc Co-op, Leduc County office, Best Western hotel and Rona in Leduc and at our office in Millet located at 5025 50th Street, plus many rural locations.  All businesses in Leduc and Wetaskiwin will receive a copy.

Are you tech savvy? If you have a computer, tablet or smart phone then reading The Pipestone Flyer will be quite simple. Go to our website, www.pipestoneflyer.com and look for the “e-edition” link in the top right hand corner. The “e-edition” offers readers the option of flipping through a virtual edition of the paper, complete with front page, opinions, letters, news, classified, full page ads, photos and everything else. Subscriptions will also be available soon.

Clients interested in learning more about our new distribution and are looking at new ways to increase your customer base should contact sales representative Christina Komives through the main switchboard at 780-387-5797 or email sales1@pipestoneflyer.ca.

Schools, groups and organizations in the counties, town and hamlets with upcoming events or news of interest to the community to contact him at the Pipestone Flyer number above or email editor@pipestoneflyer.ca.

 

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