I realize it was only last week that I lauded the Longmont Ledger as an outstanding product, but I neglected to mention a few points – 8,000 of them, actually. The Ledger is delivered to 28,000 single- family households in targeted Longmont neighborhoods, not the 20,000 I cited in my last column.

The Longmont Ledger has been well received by readers and advertisers alike. Here are just a few success stories:

Barbed Wire Books ran an offer a few weeks ago and is still getting a response. Flavor of India gets a few Ledger coupons every day for their lunch buffet. Cayenne Kitchen receives several coupons a week. The City of Longmont has noticed increased Web traffic from their online ad after only a week. And Old Firehouse Art Center has had several people mention its Ledger ad.

In a recent survey conducted by the Newspaper Association of America, 81 percent of respondents reported reading a local weekly paper every week.

Featuring intensely local Longmont news, prep sports, education, places to go, things to do and business happenings, the Longmont Ledger is a free Sunday newspaper delivered to 28,000 single-family households in targeted Longmont neighborhoods and additional copies are distributed area-wide at premium rack locations. It’s the kind of paper that unites a growing community, with in-depth content from award-winning journalists coupled with vital reader-submitted news.

If you don’t live in Longmont and you’re curious about the Ledger, visit us online anytime at LongmontLedger.com.

And no matter where you live, if you’re looking for a sure-fire way to reach the thousands of active, affluent consumers of Longmont, here’s your vehicle. The deadline for next week’s Longmont Ledger is 2 p.m. tomorrow, so don’t delay. Call 303.473.1400.