;e Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce thanks our
Chairman’s Circle Members
;ese businesses are leaders in our community and have achieved Chairman Circle status through hard work and strategic investments. ;ey recognize that membership in the Evergreen Area Chamber of Commerce provides access to a valuable bundle of networking, marketing and exclusive Chamber services to complement their business’ activities. Membership in the Chairman’s Circle o;ers the most elite opportunities and is limited to 10 premier companies. Investment level – $5000.
In 1955 in Indian Hills, the need for a source of infor- mation for a grow- ing mountain com- munity gave rise to a monthly newspaper called Smoke Signals. Backed financially by the Indian Hills Fire Department, Smoke Signals started on a shoestring but grew steadily along with the community. Within six months of the paper’s creation, the Inter-Canyon and Idledale departments were also pitching in, and adver- tising revenues began to grow. In October 1958, under editor and publisher Vern Manning, Smoke Signals became the Canyon Courier, an independent weekly newspaper. The Courier started with an ambitious goal: covering all news “from U.S. 40 on the north to Bailey and beyond on the south, and from Mount Evans to the east Jefferson County line.” No one could have predicted in the late ’50s how Ever- green and this entire area would grow in population, until finally many mountain communities had distinct identities and sizable populations of their own. Today, the Courier focuses more tightly on the Evergreen area, which has grown to become a large, thriving and economically diverse community. Our three sister newspapers — the High Timber Times (Conifer), the Clear Creek Courant (Clear Creek County) and the Columbine Courier (South Jeffco) — now report on many of the areas that the original Canyon Courier sought to cover. Our goal as newspapers remains the same, however: unite our communities with a reliable and local source of information, advertising and online content.
Colorado Serenity was founded in 1992 in order to extoll the
uniquely wonderful lifestyle found
here in the Rocky Mountains west of
Denver. Finding Serenity has a special
meaning for everyone. Since moving
to Evergreen in 1977, I have found
that more than any other place, the
people who move here say they have
found their own feeling of Serenity.
Colorado Serenity publishes a wide
variety of editorial including feature
stories, advertorials (a monthly column where businesses write about
themselves) and departments like
Designing Home, Let’s Go Fishin’,
Survivor, Your Chamber, Stories,
The Art Scene and The Dish. We are
open to publishing just about anything that is inspirational and about
local people and places.
Colorado Serenity is a monthly,
large-format, glossy magazine. We are often described as a
coffee table piece and readers frequently say that they read
Serenity from cover to cover. Advertisers benefit from a
long shelf life, as many households keep displays on their
coffee tables showing months of past issues. Another benefit to our advertisers is our appealing content. There can
be no bad ad placement when readers say they read the
magazine from cover to cover.
Colorado Serenity is direct mailed to roughly 22,000
households. Advertising rates run from $148 for a 1/16
page ad to $1350 for a full-page. All ads are in color. Discounts are available for large volume advertisers. For
advertising rates and questions contact Holly Jorgensen
at firstname.lastname@example.org or Doug Kinzy at doug@