Union County Weekly is bringing the popular Classified Marketplace section back to the paper, this time with a new 7-7-7 plan that will give Union County businesses better options in advertising locally. The change takes place starting with the Feb. 3 issue.
For $7, customers can purchase a seven-line classified advertisement for each week’s paper. The revamped section will include easier-to-read font and a sleeker look, as well as more hyper-local advertising from area businesses. The revamped Classified Marketplace also will be in the Weekly’s sister papers, the South Charlotte Weekly and Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly.
“With the recent sale of our Lake Norman newspapers, it was time to rethink our current classified structure,” said Alain Lillie, CEO of the Weekly’s parent company, Carolina Weekly Newspaper Group, about the improvements.
Our new classified network provides the powerful readership of our combined 62,000 circulation with an incredible low price of only $7. Our hyper-local readership provides a classifieds section that will deliver local customers, buyers and employees. For more information and to purchase an ad, visit the paper’s website at www.unioncountyweekly.com or call Randi Trojan in the paper¹s Classified Department at 704-849-2261.