ABOUT SNYDER COMMUNICATIONS
Our Norwich office is headquarters for our divisions as well as for our 4 sister companies, The Evening Sun, The Gazette, Circulars Unlimited, Sun Printing, and our parent corporation, Snyder Communications.
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We publish a total of 7 national award-winning publications service 56,619 homes in Central New York State.
Serving communities in Chenango, Madison, Otsego, Delaware, Broome, Oneida, Schoharie, Herkimer, Montgomery, Albany, Fulton, Greene and Schenectady Counties.
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, Snyder Communications purchased The Evening Sun 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 delivers thousands of copies everyday. Additionally, 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 purchased expanding our press to 16 modern units. Each week SPI prints thousands of copies of our 7 free community publication, 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. Besides printing our papers, our staff inserts thousands of advertising circulars into our publications each and every week. Whether you are a national or local retailer, our publications help to bring you and our readers together every week.
There have been many changes in the print industry since 2001, but Sun Printing remains as one of the largest print facilities in Central New York.
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 the families of these rural communities.
The Gazette has a rich and lengthy history, and over the years has evolved as an amalgam of several small community weeklies, becoming the we received publication it is today primarily covering the communities of Burlington Flats, Edmeston, Garrattsville, New Lisbon, West Burlington, West Edmeston, and Morris. 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 including 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.
The Gazette is sold at store locations in New Berlin, South New Berlin, Morris and Edmeston. It’s also delivered to homes in Burlington Flats, Edmeston, West Edmeston, Morris and New Lisbon. Additional free vending copies are available at additional community locations.
Circulars Unlimited is one of the nations largest producers of advertising circulars for independent retailers throughout the USA.
Circulars Unlimited began in the early 1980”s by creating an advertiser circular for a small local lumberyard. By the end of the decade CU had customers in the building and home center industry throughout the country.
During the 90’s its client list expanded to include members of the True Value and Ace Hardware co-ops. From here it grew once again to serve retailers in the lawn and garden, and the pet industry.
Circulars Unlimited enjoys a well-respected national reputation. Check them out online at www.circulars.com .