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I have tried many mediums in advertising and have honed down my top three. One is our local newspaper, the second is an independent radio station and the third, and the best, is IMAGE Magazine. It is great to see our customers come into the store with our ad from the magazine in their hands and ask for whatever we have advertised in that issue. It has been a pleasure to work with Bob and his staff. I hope that this relationship will continue to grow along with my business.Liz Staples,
We used the magazine this weekend at least five times (we are new to the area and are always looking for things to do and a house that needs lots of work, etc).Lesley Jarvis,
I want to thank you for the great article and photos that appeared in the recent copy of Image. Certainly there were a lot of positive comments from friends, customers and citizens of Claremont. And you mailed so many copies to Claremont Residents! WOW! Your gesture is so very much appreciated and I wanted to formally thank you.Roz Caplan,
Even if you don’t keep candy in the house, it’s almost impossible to avoid it in these weeks leading up to Halloween. Just about every business has a bowl filled with fun-size treats, even the dentist’s office. Instead of missing out on all the fun, plan for a little indulgence with one of these four nutritional apps.
Football season can only mean one thing – time to grab the best seat in the house, and we’re not talking about at the stadium. In fact, 77 percent of Americans think the best seat in the house is at home in front of an HDTV, according to a recent survey by McIlhenny Company, maker of Tabasco brand products. Instead of heading to the stadium, keep the tailgate at home and throw a “homegating” party.
Grab your carving tools and a pumpkin or two, and help set a new Guinness World Record! The Keene Pumpkin Festival takes place this year on Saturday, October 18th. The day is filled with face painting, costumes, live music, tasty treats, and plenty of Halloween spirit. Whether you come for the delicious food, to demonstrate your pumpkin-carving skills, or to join in the competitive drive to break a world record, be in downtown Keene on the 18th for an unforgettable event.
Please join us on Saturday, September 20, to honor and remember Chad Denning with a trail race and picnic. All are invited to attend one or both of the events. At 9:00 a.m. in Lebanon, N.H., the Lost a
Even though the leaves are falling and winter is coming. You can still garden inside. What can kids learn from planting seeds in a plastic foam cup with dirt? A lot more than just the fact that seeds need soil, water, and sunlight to grow. Read on to learn more about how to educate children about the joys of potting plants and growing flowers both indoors and outdoors.
Technology is constantly changing, and in our tech-driven world, users are always looking for the next best thing—whether it’s a tablet, a phone with tablet-like functionality, or some other piece of technology designed to streamline your work and organize your life. At the forefront right now is technology that consumers wear, such as headsets that allow you to perform different functions. Here’s a look at two of these.