Sunflower Farmer's Market chooses the North Denver News

July 09, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Sunflower Farmer's Market has chosen the North Denver News as the local print advertising vehicle to support the opening of its new store, located in Highland Gardens Village, the historic home of Elitch Gardens.

The North Denver News is North Denver's neighborhood paper, reaching homes in the key 80211 and 80212 zip codes directly by mail. Along with its sister paper, the Cherry Creek News, the North Denver News is seen as a best value for advertisers seeking to reach Denver readers.

"We're thrilled to have Sunflower Farmer's Markets in our pages. We broke the story of their decision to locate in the old Elitch Gardens, and we hosted the community meeting with their VP Bennett Bertoli two years ago. Our readers have eagerly anticipated the opening of this grocery option, and Sunflower is a great match for the new North Denver, just like the North Denver News," said North Denver News publisher Guerin Lee Green.

"We believe Sunflower chose the North Denver News because our of strong engagement in the community. They participated in the Highland Street Festival, and we are a key part of that event. We raise money for neighborhood non-profits, and we take a leadership role in education and development issues. We're locally owned, and our strong roots make the North Denver News a natural choice for Sunflower."

The North Denver News also is the leading website serving North Denver at The site is on pace do more than a million pageviews in 2007.

The North Denver News is a family-owned business, with roots five generations deep in North Denver. It is the largest community paper in the area, dwarfing its competitors. National advertisers as well as small businesses choose the North Denver News.