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Talla-Coosa Advertiser to see some changes to design, content

Published 10:26am Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Readers may notice a few changes in this week’s edition of the Talla-Coosa Advertiser.
Marketing director Tippy Hunter said that the new and improved Talla-Coosa Advertiser will look a little different both inside and out.
“The new Talla-Coosa Advertiser will feature a cleaner layout and newly designed masthead, as well as a few changes to the content inside,” Hunter said. “We hope our readers enjoy the changes. This is just another step on our quest to provide engaging and relevant content for our readers and advertisers.”
Hunter said elements of the paper will still be similar, but that the types of content inside will see new additions as well.
“It will still feature a brief selection of articles seen in the previous week’s Outlook, but it will also include new content from King Features, which will vary from week to week.

King Features is a national syndicated content provider that has all sorts of features including pop culture news, recipes, soap opera news and puzzles.
Sudoku and crosswords will not be changed and will continue to appear in the classified section each week.
The Talla-Coosa Advertiser will also continue to feature the weekly advertising sweepstakes, which allows readers the chance to win money each week. All correct entries are entered into a drawing each week and the winner receives $50.
“Our advertising sweepstakes has been extremely well-received, and we are pleased to announce that we will be continuing it for the foreseeable future,” Hunter said. “It’s a win-win for our readers and advertisers. Our advertisers are getting extra eyes on their ads, and our readers have a chance to win $50 every week.”
The Talla-Coosa Advertiser is read by more than 12,500 readers each week.
To get the Talla-Coosa Advertiser delivered to your door, contact Kim Waldrep, circulation manager, at 256-234-4281, ext. 13.

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