Tribune, chamber partner on magazine
The Tribune Chronicle and The Vindicator newspapers have partnered with the Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber to produce its long-running member publication, Valley Business magazine.
Established by the chamber in 1997 as a four-page newsletter, the magazine features stories and highlights about the economic development organization’s member businesses, as well as updates about chamber benefits, events and more.
“We are extremely pleased to be selected to produce the Valley Business magazine for the Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber,” Charles Jarvis, publisher of the Tribune Chronicle and The Vindicator, said. “It is and will continue to be the premier business magazine in the region as it is distributed to thousands of business and industry executives and managers. It’s an important business-to-business communication piece and is an important value to all chamber members.”
In addition to member features and chamber updates, future issues of Valley Business will include promotion of new members and celebration / ribbon-cutting highlights.
The Tribune Chronicle and The Vindicator will produce two issues of the magazine this year and at least four in 2022. It previously was produced by a Cleveland firm.
“As an organization we want to, as much as possible, support local businesses and in this case, we are doing just that,” Guy Coviello, chamber president / CEO, said.
Advertising opportunities, now available for the September / October issue of Valley Business, are a great way to promote products and services to the 5,000 business owners, presidents / CEOs, decision-makers, employees and others who will receive the publication. Businesses that are interested should contact the Tribune Chronicle and The Vindicator advertising department at 330-841-1700.
Members with a great story to share should contact Kim Calvert, vice president of marketing and member services at the chamber, at 330-744-2131, Ext. 1235, or email@example.com for consideration in a future issue.
“We are so excited to work with the Tribune Chronicle and The Vindicator to refresh the look and feel of Valley Business for the remainder of 2021 and beyond. We love putting our members in the spotlight, and the Trib’s and Vindy’s team has the experience and expertise to take their stories and the entire publication to the highest level,” she said.