Grand Junction Free Press hosting a public open house to celebrate 10 years
WHAT: Free Press 10th anniversary open house
WHEN: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Fri., May 10
WHERE: Free Press world headquarters, 145 N. 4th St. (corner of 4th & Rood)
COST: Free, open to the public
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — As far as milestones go, they don’t get any bigger than 10 years in business in the newspaper industry, especially in this day and age.
But thanks to great advertisers, readers, writers, contributors and supporters, the Free Press is still here to proudly serve the community with hyperlocal news and happenings. And we intend to stick around for many more years!
We’d like to invite all of you to our open house celebration 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, May 10, at our office located at 145 N. Fourth St., in downtown GJ. It’s totally casual; just drop in for 5 minutes or 50 minutes, we’d love to see you and serve you up some cake and refreshments.
Come meet the names behind the bylines and emails, as well as our publisher and general manager Stephanie Schafer, who’ll be here from Glenwood. Given that we are in the news and information business, you can bet we are all great conversationalists, so let’s talk about anything — the weather, our new website, the latest episode of Game of Thrones, the fate of Rick Brainard, columnists who make you spittin’ angry, why mouse-flavored cat food hasn’t been invented … come pick our brains and we’ll do likewise.
Hope to see you then!
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