Alberni Valley News adds Tuesday edition

Starting on Tuesday, Nov. 4 the Alberni Valley News will be hitting your doorsteps twice a week.

Starting on Tuesday, Nov. 4 the Alberni Valley News will be hitting your doorsteps twice a week.

Our new publication will be called “Alberni Valley News Advertiser” and will feature more community news and events as well as a column or two.

“The Alberni Valley News has grown over the past three years to meet the needs of our readers and our clients,” publisher Teresa Bird said. “This Tuesday edition is a continuation of that. We see positive economic indicators in the community, and we want to be leaders in investing in the future of Port Alberni.”

The Alberni Valley News published its first edition on Aug. 25, 2006, and has been growing steadily for more than eight years, garnering many writing and photography awards in the process.

“Alberni Valley News Advertiser will provide readers with more shopping and community information, provide advertisers with another opportunity to reach their customers and give our carriers and drivers the opportunity to earn more money,” Bird said.

“The launch of the Alberni Valley News Advertiser reflects Black Press’s commitment to providing relevant content to Alberni Valley residents and cost-effective advertising solutions to the Alberni Valley business community,” said Randy Blair, president of Black Press.

“Black Press is grateful for the ongoing support we receive from the Alberni Valley community and we will continue to work hard at supporting the many individuals and organizations who make the Alberni Valley a great place to live and work.”

The first edition of the News Advertiser will be delivered on Tuesday, Nov. 4.

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