New directories planned for Heritage Ranch & Oak Shores
Access Publishing, a print and web design company in Paso Robles, CA, is starting work on two niche business directories serving the exclusive communities of Heritage Ranch and Oak Shores at Lake Nacimiento, CA. The Heritage Ranch Directoryand Oak Shores Directory both include a business directory, white page listings of residents, maps and important community information.
The annual books connect residents to businesses who offer services in the North San Luis Obispo and South Monterey County areas. The local yellow pages provide a convenient list of those businesses willing to travel there, because these two resort communities are 30-to-45-minutes away from Paso Robles, CA.
“This directory is our residents’ lifeline. They use it daily to contact neighbors and find local contractors and service workers,” says Stephanie Dayton from the Oak Shores Community Association.
“We are proud to be the only directory for these communities for more than five years now,” says Scott Brennan, owner of Access Publishing. “This year we are upgrading the books to be full-color throughout, along with perfect binding.”
The local guides feature beautiful photographs of scenes from Lake Nacimiento on their attractive glossy covers. At 5-inches wide and 8-inches tall, they are a small and convenient size.
When businesses are searching for advertising in Paso Robles, they can find affordable options with Access Publishing. “These two directories are an excellent part of any Paso Robles business marketing plan,” says Brennan.
Advertising rates: Full page – $459, Half page – $299, Quarter page – $199. A 20% discount is available for advertising in both directories. Free design, full color, and a free online business listing are included in the advertising package. A convenient 3-month payment plan is available with a credit or debit auto-pay agreement.
Publication date for the directories is Jan. 1, 2013. Ad deadline is Nov. 30. Distribution of more than 3,500 printed directories is by US mail to every resident in the area. Additionally, the books are available at the community association offices.
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