Tahlequah Daily Press

Editorials

August 29, 2012

Drop by Friday and let us say ‘thank you!’

TAHLEQUAH — Our readers and advertisers are very important to us, and we believe we’re important to them.

We know we’re providing a valuable service by offering the most up-to-date, accurate and extensive news coverage you can get in Cherokee County. At the same time, our advertisers know they can use the Press as a launching pad when they cut ribbons, plan sales, introduce new products, bring in key people, or just want to remind customers they’re open for business and ready to serve.

Advertisers show their appreciation for us by allowing us to help promote their businesses. And readers show it by subscribing to our print or online edition, or picking up the day’s edition from a rack. And though we thank our customers as often as we have the opportunity to do so, occasionally we’d like to do a little something more.

The last Friday of the month is our Customer Appreciation Day. If you want to renew your subscription, pick up the day’s edition, pay on your bill, place a classified ad, or just come in and say “hi,” you’re most welcome to do so Aug. 31, after 9 a.m. We’ll have a doughnut and a cup of coffee waiting for you.

We know we’ve had some bumps in the road, particularly in getting our Sunday papers to subscribers on certain routes. We are so grateful to our loyal subscribers for sticking with us as we work out the kinks. And we’re much obliged to everyone else who has made our newspaper a part of this community, in one form or another, since the 19th century.

On Friday, drop by our office at 106 W. Second, and let us thank you in person!

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