By Charly SHELTON
It’s the holiday season and everyone is preparing to find the perfect gift for that special someone. We at CV Weekly are here to help with gift subscriptions to the foothills favorite newspaper.
For only $1 a week ($52 yearly), loved ones can be informed of up to date news of the foothills and beyond, including news of sports, entertainment, youth and other fun little bits and bites from around the CV area – all delivered to their doorstep every Thursday morning.
And with a paid subscription, each subscriber receives our Subscriber Rewards Card – a discount card that entitles its holder to special discounts and offers at local merchants and restaurants. Check the Subscriber Rewards tab on our website, CVWeekly.com, to see all the participating merchants and restaurants. More are added all the time. All this at no additional cost – just $1 a week.
If your taste is more of the digital persuasion, don’t forget about the free services provided online for anyone who chooses to visit the CVW website at www.cvweeekly.com.
Every week, we publish the paper in print copy form and we also upload online the exact same issue, but in full color and optimized for your Smartphone, eReader or tablet. Just head over to our Digital Copy tab on the website to download our paper, as well as any back issues you may want, and transfer it to your device. We are iPod/iPhone/iPad friendly. You can download it straight to any iOS devices using iBooks.
For those with Smartphones, don’t forget to scan our weekly QR Codes found throughout the CV Weekly. These little squiggly boxes are like a barcode that can take you directly to the website to view videos, pictures or links that pertain to the story you are reading. It’s a little bit of interactivity to keep the Generation X readers involved.
So whether it’s a subscription, a digital paper or just a quick QR Code scan, the CV Weekly has something for everyone to help make the holidays special.
And keep an eye out in the new year for more advances and features from your local news source, Crescenta Valley Weekly.