I recently had the pleasure of meeting with Rigo Leal, assistant to the city manager/public information officer for the City of Longmont and more than 20 other city marketing and communication folks.

Advertising director Christine Labozan and Longmont Ledger sales representative (and Longmont resident) Thais Hafer joined me.

We met with them to discover partnership opportunities for bolstering their communication efforts to Longmont residents.

In addition to having a productive meeting, we were thrilled to learn that they are regular readers of the Ledger – and big fans. They’re advertisers, too. They spoke highly of the Ledger news team, and it was evident that Thais has been a great asset to members of the City of Longmont team with her marketing advice and Ledger ad packages.

It’s always nice to get great feedback from readers and clients.  It means we’re doing our job and doing it well. The Ledger, nearly a year old, has been embraced by the Longmont community and delivers results for clients. For example, the City of Longmont noticed increased Web traffic from its online ad after only one week.

Longmont is a thriving market. It attracts thousands of new residents annually, and its inhabitants spend $1.5 billion annually, 41 percent of which is spent outside of Longmont proper. Call 303.473.1400 to put Thais and the Longmont Ledger to work for your business.