Tag Archives: marketing

Local News
October 25, 2018

Foster T. Chandler, marketing pioneer, guru

Foster T. Chandler Jr., a ski industry legend and marketing icon who helped catapult Killington into one of the nation’s largest and most successful ski areas, will be among honorees inducted into the Vermont Ski & Snowboard Museum Hall of Fame on Saturday, Oct….

Local News
July 12, 2017

Regional marketing initiative kicks off at estate tasting event, Friday

RUTLAND COUNTY—The Killington Valley Initiative, a part of the Regional Marketing Initiative, which involves Rutland County communities, towns and businesses, is set to release its first promotional video on July 14 at the Killington Wine Fest, at Killington Resort during the estate tasting at the Peak…

Local News
April 19, 2017

Welch gets preview of new regional marketing efforts

By Evan Johnson

RUTLAND—Vermont Congressman Peter Welch got an inside look at the Rutland Regional Chamber of Commerce’s efforts to increase the visibility of the Rutland area while on a statewide swing through the state last week. Welch sat down with business and community leaders…

Local News
April 5, 2017

Firm tackles Rutland Region marketing campaign message

By Alan J. Keays, VTDigger

It’s not easy to promote several messages at once, but Luke Stafford says he’ll give it his best shot. “We’re going to have to walk that fine line together as a group here of not diluting our effort so much…

March 1, 2017

Support the Regional Marketing Initiative

Dear Editor,

As the owner of a local business, parent of two wonderful children and resident of Rutland, I am writing in support of our regional marketing initiative. The initiative has been created by a group of volunteers who have put forth tremendous time and…

Op - Ed
February 15, 2017

Regional marketing plan solicits county-wide support

By Lyle Jepson and Mary Cohen

Imagine a future for Rutland County in which young families move into efficient new homes close to high-paying advanced manufacturing jobs … recent college graduates shop downtown for “first day of work” wardrobes before starting jobs with local companies…

E-cigarette seller faces $50,000 fine over marketing
Local News
February 15, 2017

E-cigarette seller faces $50,000 fine over marketing

By Adam Federman, VTDigger

CASTLETON—The owner of an e-cigarette store in Castleton says he will close his business rather than pay a $50,000 civil penalty the attorney general’s office is seeking. Adam Tredwell, owner and president of Vermont Vapor, said claims that he violated the…