On March 1, 2017

Mountain Times takes home newspaper awards

The staff of the Mountain Times had a busy and successful weekend at the New England Newspaper & Press Association’s annual convention in Boston, Feb. 24 -25. In awards for advertising, circulation and marketing, the Mountain Times took home first place in the categories of “Pure Advertising Niche Publcation” and first place for “Local Display Ad.”

The Times’ sister publications took home award,s as well. The Addison County Independent in Middlebury, Vt. took home awards for Audience Building Promotion, Specialty Publication Promotion, Subscription Sales Promotion, Newspaper Sponsored Event Promotion, Advertiser Campaign, Most Creative Use Of Small Print Space, and Newspaper Designed Advertising Insert. The St. Albans Messenger in St. Albans, Vt. won prizes for color and black and white Local Display Ads, and Most Creative Use Of Small Print Space. The Milton Independent in Milton Vt., was recognized for Newspaper Sponsored Event Promotions.

Photo by Melinda Noel
The Mountain Times staff accepts awards at the 2017 New England Better Newspaper Competition. 

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