About Snyder Communications

Our Norwich office is headquarters for our divisions as well as for our 3 sister companies, The Evening Sun, The New Berlin Gazette and Circulars Unlimited, and our parent corporation, Snyder Communications.

Pennysaver - My Shopper Network Publications:

Norwich, Sidney and Wharton Valley:

The Norwich, Sidney and Wharton Valley Pennysavers reach 5 counties with a total, combined distribution of over 30,000 copies every week.


Turnpike and Oneonta-Cooperstown:

Turnpike and Oneonta-Cooperstown Pennysavers reach 6 counties with a total, combined distribution of over 18,000 copies every week.


Schoharie and Mohawk Valley My Shopper:

My Shopper reaches 7 counties with a total, combined distribution of over 26,500 every week.


Other Snyder Communications Companies:

The Evening Sun:

Since 1891, the Evening Sun in various forms has been publishing Chenango County News.

After a succession of both local and out-of-town owners, The Evening Sun was purchased by Snyder Communications on May 2, 1994. For the first time in over 15 years, The Evening Sun was again owned locally, this time by a growing family of successful companies that employ nearly 200 employees.

Dubbed "Chenango County's Hometown Daily," The Evening Sun ships thousands of copies everyday. Further, the paper is viewed electronically by thousands of online viewers every week. To check them out online, go to www.evesun.com.


Sun Printing, Inc.:

Sun Printing Inc. became a reality in 2001. A twelve-unit press was brought in and installed over several months and now the printing facility is in full swing, printing all of the Pennysaver/ My Shopper Editions as well as Chenango County's Hometown Daily, The Evening Sun.

Still, this is not the only function of Sun Printing or the 30 employees at the new facility. Thousands of inserts are being assembled in the various publications now being printed. It is estimated that work will double in the near future.

Nearly overnight, Sun Printing became one of the largest printing facilities in Central New York, and all agree that the future looks bright for the newest addition to the Snyder Communications family of Companies.


The Gazette:

For more than a century and half, The Gazette has served the residents of the Unadilla and Butternut valleys by providing a weekly report of news, information, sports and entertainment important to their lives in these rural communities.

The newspaper has a rich and lengthy history, and over the years evolved as an amalgam of several small community weeklies, becoming the far-reaching publication it is today ­ primarily covering the communities of New Berlin, South New Berlin, Gilbertsville, Mt. Mt. Upton, Morris, Brookfield and Edmeston. Hometown correspondents from each of these small hamlets contribute to the old-fashioned feel of the newspaper, with both news of wide import and "talk of the town" appeal.

Snyder Communications purchased The Gazette in 1995, when the previous owners announced they would cease publication. The addition of this small weekly into a family of companies which includes Chenango County¹s Hometown daily newspaper, The Evening Sun, ensured that the voices of these small but vital towns would be heard for years to come.

Contact info: The Gazette, PO Box A
New Berlin NY 13411, (607) 847-6131.


Circulars Unlimited:

Circulars Unlimited is the largest producer of circulars in the country for the independent retail lumber and hardware industry.

The company was conceived in the early 1980's with the intention of serving all of the advertising needs of the building and home center industry.

In 2000, the company added yet another milestone with the addition of Home Center Promotions Co., Inc. a new division of Circulars Unlimited. Home Center Promotions Co., Inc. is the chosen vendor for custom advertising circulars for the nation's largest hardware co-op, True-Value. Check them out online at www.circulars.com.