No doubt you’ve already noticed today’s Post-Intelligencer is thicker, heavier than normal for an edition that doesn’t include a large special section, like our Fact Book.
And as you continue to peruse this issue, we hope you’re delighted to discover that it includes — not just one or two — but eight full-page full-color advertisements for local businesses and organizations.
They include everything from Christmas open houses and getting ready for winter to furniture and flooring, from custom cabinets and home inspections to how Henry Countians, especially our elderly, can recognize and avoid scams.
And that doesn’t include two full-page full-color features devoted to Percy’s Pix and discovering Masons.
Readers are bound to have noticed already not one, but two feature stories on our front page.
Henry County High School graduate Sam Williams looms large at the top of the page, illustrating a feature on him making his own way with a budding country music career.
His dad, Hank Williams Jr., is a longtime Henry County resident near Kentucky Lake. Sam’s photo has our new 3-D effect, where he’s in front of The Post-Intelligencer and the rest of the picture is behind it
The other front-page feature is about an unusual movie to be shown here Saturday night and Sunday afternoon at the Krider Performing Arts Center. This film sounds very intriguing, and a bargain at $10 a person.
But back to those eight full-page ads. We wanted to thank our local, regular advertisers for recognizing the value of using The P-I to reach so many Henry Countians with their messages and sales.
So we offered them a sale of our own, deeply discounting the cost of these colorful pages as a way to show our sincere appreciation to them.
Please check them out, and help us thank them by visiting their stores or using their services, and tell them what you think of their ads — and where you saw them!
We know it’s Halloween, but there are no tricks here, just lots of treats.