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Nov 29th
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Advertising with GOOD TIMES: Good Times has been the leading local media outlet in Santa Cruz County for 40 years. Advertising with GOOD TIMES is a proven way to reach locals and visitors to our seaside town. Our newspaper has a circulation of 35,000 reaching more than 96,000 people each week. reaches and informs an additional 30,000 people every month.

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1. Print advertising (including print coupons) - see print ad rates*
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3. Digital advertising in our Good Times weekly newsletter, which reaches up to 15,000 subscribers.
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Are you a first time advertiser and have questions on how to market your business, organization or event? Contact Debra Whizin, Advertising Director at 831-458-1100 ext. 204

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