Here are some samples of our print production work
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The Gazette Newspaper is a 28 to 32 page monthly community newspaper with
15,000 printed. The Gazette is mailed FREE to every household
in Hasbrouck Heights, Moonachie, Teterboro and Wood-Ridge. Additionally every
business in the Meadowlands region is sent a copy to include: Carlstadt, East Rugherford,
Hasbrouck Heights, Little Ferry, Lodi, Moonachie, South Hackensack, Teterboro and
Wood-Ridge. Plus there are over 5,000 online internet readers per issue of the
page-for-page pdf version. [Index]
Annual Hometown Shopping & Business Guide 20,000 are produced with
15,000 inserted into The Gazette Newspaper, and the balance distributed free throughout
the area. The Guide is printed every other year. [2007
Our un-Official community site presents "a slice of community life" with
interesting tableaus reflecting our hometown. This very successful web-site contains
hundreds of pages of community news, information and features. This web-site draws
thousands of visitors and page views each month (with over 1,500,000 page views since
January 1, 2000). Established in 1998. Advertising accepted.
We set up and maintain the official Hasbrouck Heights web-site -- drawing upon the
content of hasbrouck-heights.com.
This un-Official web-site was a spin off of hasbrouck-heights.com.
We offer a rich editorial line-up to include regional news, information &
features -- such as Teterboro Airport, Bergen County Animal Shelter, Xanadu, Meadowlands,
Secaucus Junction, George Washington Bridge, Paterson Great Falls, area parks, etc.
This southern Bergen County demographic includes 500,000 consumers and thousands of
businesses. Advertising accepted.
We have extensive photo-journalism experience and would
like to put this exciting and powerful medium to work for you. Here are some
selected photographs that were used ...
Editor's Choice: 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000
area photos General photos
Public Relations Showcase
Red Ribbons Feed Hungry
Since 1998, hundreds of bright red ribbons lined have decorated The Boulevard
from November to February, with proceeds feeding the hungry in our region through The Center for Food Action. For details about this
program go to: buy-a-ribbon.com
Good Neighbor Day
Since 1995, over 1,000 dozen roses were given away each year on the first
Wednesday in September. Since 2002, the request for food donations netted the Center for
Food Action over 300 bags of groceries each year plus hundereds of dollars in cash
donations. Here are some Good Neighbor Day stories & photos: 2004 
2002    
Hasbrouck Heights 4th of July Fireworks
From 1984 to 1999, we were instrumental in producing the Annual Hasbrouck Heights
4th of July Fireworks and Big Band Concert.
1999 event photos 
[Photos] [Photos 2]
2003 event update [Story
+ Fireworks + Movies]
[Setting up the display]
We deliver the magic.