A great year in Wetaskiwin and Leduc for Black Press

Judging by our success over the past year, the Pipestone Flyer looks to a happy future in the Leduc and Wetaskiwin communities.

Loyal readers and clients of the Wetaskiwin/Leduc Pipestone Flyer have certainly much to talk about that occurred in 2015.

After being acquired from former owner Ted Okerse in 2014 by parent company Black Press, the Pipestone Flyer continued to bring in changes intended to boost the paper’s popularity and make it an even better publication.

New layout, new front page, new office staff, new sales staff, new editorial staff and increased social media presence have all contributed to the Pipestone Flyer’s popularity and success in 2015. To all of you readers and clients who popped by the office in Millet to voice your support and satisfaction with the new product, thank you.

The ownership, management and staff of the Leduc/Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer would like to thank all of our readers for their support and all of our loyal and valued clients for their patronage over the course of a very successful 2015.

Judging by our success over the past year, the Pipestone Flyer looks to have a long and happy future in the Leduc and Wetaskiwin communities. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all.

 

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