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Colorado Mountain News Media

2012 Media Kit

Vail Daily | The Aspen Times | Summit Daily News | Glenwood Springs Post Independent Sky-Hi News | Grand Junction Free Press | Aspen Times Weekly | Snowmass Sun Eagle Valley Enterprise | The Citizen Telegram | Middle Park Times | Summit County Journal


Award-winning newspapers Social media consulting Web couponing Dynamic websites Targeted preprint distribution Visitor publications Campaign development and budgeting Classified advertising Client needs analysis Print and web advertising design Custom printing Mobile messaging Online Video production Sophisticated magazines

Great People

Connecting Communities

rom the exclusive and world-renown resorts of Vail and Aspen, to the popular family vacation destinations of Breckenridge, Glenwood Springs and Winter Park, and extending west to the vineyards and orchards of Palisade and the regional shopping hub of Grand Junction Colorado Mountain News Media connects visitors, second homeowners and local residents via print, online and digital media. Advertisers utilize our newspapers, magazines, websites and mobile news apps to effectively reach consumers, from second homeowners seeking to redecorate their multi-million dollar vacation home, to visitors seeking the perfect dining experience to locals planning their weekend outing. Research shows the extraordinarily high readership and reach as high as 90 percent with our free newspapers effectively connects businesses and customers. Top-quality glossy magazines and visitor and specialty publications which have more selective distribution allow advertisers to target specific consumer groups. Collectively, the CMNM websites reach more than 6 million unique visitors a year with our sites exceeding more than 33 million page views. Digital marketing programs, commercial printing services, graphic design and marketing expertise round out the value with provide to our customers. Deeply involved in the communities where we live and work, CMNM is truly great people connecting great communities.

Vail Daily

here is only one Vail, CO and only one Vail Daily newspaper. Seven days a week, the Vail Daily is distributed in Vail, Lionshead, Beaver Creek, Arrowhead, Ski Cooper and all the surrounding communities in the Vail Valley. Popular with locals, visitors and second homeowners, 88 percent of those surveyed in our most recent research read the Vail Daily. With more than 500 distribution points, the newspaper is available in hotels, gated-communities, retail stores, restaurants, coffee shops, visitor centers, professional offices and neighborhoods. The Vail Daily is a Colorado Press Association and Associated Press award-winning newspaper and last year received the states general excellence award as well as 27 individual citations. Special publications include Vail Luxury Magazine, Beaver Creek Magazine, EAT, ART, Taste of Vail, Vail Jazz Festival, Best of the Vail Valley, High Country Golf, High Country Wedding and others. The Vail Daily website, www.vaildaily.com, is the go-to site for recreation, special events, arts and entertainment, shopping, real estate, weather and breaking news.

visitor, Second Homeowner and Resort data

Ski Magazine readers ranked Vail the #2 ski resort for the 2010-2011 season and ranked Beaver Creek the #4 resort 70% of the homes in Vail are second homes. The average value of a second home in Vail is $2.78 million. More than two million people visited the Vail area in 2010 Vail Mountain has more than 5,000 acres of skiable terrain with 193 trails and 31 lifts Summer activities include hiking, bicycling, golfing, rafting, fishing and horseback riding Special events include the Taste of Vail and Food & Wine Winter Festival. Vail will host the 2015 World Alpine Ski Championships.

market demographics
City/Town, Zip Code Population Total Households Median Median Age Household Income 36 34 33 33 35 $67,383.00 $51,915.00 $86,699.00 $68,483.00 $72,589.00 Median HH Income Age 55-64 $75,250.00 $52,486.00 $108,334.00 $74,784.00 $73,428.00 Total Average Stability Educational Number of Number of Household (In residence Attainment Business Employees Expenditure 5+ years) (Bachelors Degree) Establishments (Daytime Population) $74,332.00 $57,250.00 $79,291.00 $66,444.00 $63,797.00 30% 33% 24% 30% 30% 41% 38% 43% 41% 19% 1,181 278 284 562 274 15,317 2,409 2,696 5,103 2,242


11,373 6,764 10,192 8,376 7,527

5,303 2,614 3,861 2,989 2,498





Source: DemographicsNow, Dec. 2011

Main Number 970-949-0555 Classified Advertising 970-845-9937 40780 U.S. Highway 6 & 24, Avon, CO 81620 Visits: 3,302,480 Unique Visitors: 2,209,634 Page Views: 8,324,470 Source: Swift Communications Online Scorecard Jan.-Dec. 2011

The Aspen Times


ith offices located downtown on Main Street, life in the city literally revolves around The Aspen Times, and for good reason. As a centerpiece of the famously affluent and educated city, The Aspen Times is the market leader in print and online readership, and reaches a broad cross-section of Aspens active and diverse residents. Whether the reader is a billionaire executive, the clerk at town hall, or a long-time local ski bum, The Aspen Times daily newspaper is read by 90 percent of its community every week, and 70 percent daily, putting it among the top in the entire publishing industry. More than simply a great newspaper, the Aspen team produces the Aspen Times Weekly, a lifestyle-oriented glossy magazine focused on the citys culture and characters. The Times also produces glossy visitor magazines, seasonal dining publications and high-end guides for exclusive, international events like Food & Wine and Jazz Aspen-Snowmass. The Times offers several digital products, including www.aspentimes.com, the market leader for online news, entertainment and advertising. Many try to replicate the Times high-quality and award-winning products as well as our relationships with trusted and invested community members. And many communities try to copy what has made Aspen an elite international destination. But there is only one true Aspen and only one true Aspen Times.

visitor, Second Homeowner and Resort data

Ski Magazine readers ranked Aspen the #7 ski resort for the 2010-2011 season and ranked Snowmass the #6 resort and Aspen Highlands the #10 resort 51% of the homes in Aspen are second homes The average list price of a home in Aspen in Jan. 2012 was $4,090,426 and the median sales price Oct.-Dec. 2011 was $1,223,750. Nearly 1.5 million visitors travel to the Aspen market on an annual basis Recognized hotels in Aspen include the Hotel Jerome, The Little Nell Hotel and the St. Regis Special events attract international travelers, such as the Food & Wine Classic, Aspen Arts Festival and USA Pro Cycling Challenge

market demographics
City/Town, Zip Code Population Total Households Median Median Age Household Income Median HH Income Age 55-64 Total Average Stability Educational Number of Number of Household (In residence Attainment Business Employees Expenditure 5+ years) (Bachelors Degree) Establishments (Daytime Population)












Snowmass Village
81615 81621

2,849 6,934

1,351 2,820

43 36

$56,803.00 $77,041.00

$65,666.00 $85,417.00

$71,528.00 $69,218.00

27% 25%

47% 38%

133 542

2,337 3,527


Source: DemographicsNow, Dec. 2011

Main Number 970-925-3414 Display Advertising 970-429-9170 Classified Advertising 970-925-9937 310 East Main St., Aspen, CO 81611 Visits: 3,575,778 Unique Visitors: 1,651,360 Page Views: 9,746,698 Source: Swift Communications Online Scorecard Jan.-Dec. 2011

Summit Daily News


he Summit Daily News is sought after by visitors, second homeowners and local residents as the areas best source for shopping, dining, recreation and arts & entertainment information. Serving some of Colorados best-known ski destinations, the Summit Daily and its companion products are available at more than 500 locations in Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Frisco, Silverthorne and Dillon. Visitors in winter and in summer can find the newspaper as well as its magazines and guides at hotels, restaurants, ski and bike shops, art galleries, coffee shops and many other high-traffic spots. Special publications include Explore Summit (Winter, Spring and Summer editions), Locals Guide, Bike Guide, Best of Summit, Pet Calendar, High Country Golf, High Country Wedding and others. The Dailys robust website, www.summitdaily.com is the premier site for information about what is happening in Summit County and takes advantage of cutting-edge community interface tools such as public photo galleries, blogs, web videos and breaking news coverage. Other content includes community activities, arts and entertainment, recreation, real estate and weather.

visitor, Second Homeowner and Resort data

64% of the homes in Breckenridge are second homes Ski Magazine readers ranked Breckenridge the #7 ski resort for the 2010-2011 season. The ski area has more than 2,300 acres of skiable terrain with 155 trails and 31 lifts. Both historic and charming, the town of Breckenridge has more than 200 shops, while guests also enjoy a wide selection of fine dining establishments and entertainment options Other ski resorts in Summit County are Keystone, Copper Mountain, Arapahoe Basin and Loveland Special events in Summit County include the Keystone Wine & Jazz Festival, Bluegrass & Beer Festival and the International Snow Sculpting Championships Hiking, bicycling, golfing, rafting, fishing horseback riding and boating on beautiful Lake Dillon are just some of the many summer activities visitors and local residents enjoy

market demographics
City/Town, Zip Code Population Total Households Median Median Age Household Income Median HH Income Age 55-64 Total Average Stability Educational Number of Number of Household (In residence Attainment Business Employees Expenditure 5+ years) (Bachelors Degree) Establishments (Daytime Population)












Keystone/ Dillon

7,883 3,489 7,880

3,198 1,624 3,215

34 32 35

$71,421.00 $75,177.00 $71,731.00

$85,415.00 $92,279.00 $80,780.00

$62,901.00 $68,004.00 $68,973.00

34% 16% 20%

24% 42% 37%

338 270 291

3,121 3,420 2,837



Source: DemographicsNow, Dec. 2011

Main Number 970-668-3998 Classified Advertising 970-668-9937 40 West Main Street, Frisco, CO 80443

Visits: 2,826,984 Unique Visitors: 1,388,572 Page Views: 7,895,051 Source: Swift Communications Online Scorecard Jan.-Dec. 2011

Glenwood Springs Post Independent


lenwood Springs was recently named the Most Fun Town in America by Rand McNally and USA Todays 2011 Best of the Road Rally! It is within an hours drive of skiing at seven mountains and home to the worlds largest hot springs pool. The Glenwood Springs Post Independent is distributed free seven days a week in Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, New Castle, Silt and Rifle and is available at hundreds of convenient locations in the Roaring Fork Valley. With offices in downtown Glenwood Springs, the Post Independent is the locals newspaper and is also popular with guests and second homeowners. The paper focuses on community news and issues, education, arts and entertainment, real estate, business and more. Special publications include the Locals Guide to Summer in Garfield County, The Locals Guide to Winter in Garfield County, Locals Choice Awards and a Day in the Life. All the news and information in the Post Independent is available on www.postindependent.com. The website is updated seven days a week, providing local residents and visitors weather and travel updates, breaking news, advertising and other valuable content.

market demographics
City/Town, Zip Code Population Total Households Median Median Age Household Income Median HH Income Age 55-64 Total Average Stability Educational Number of Number of Household (In residence Attainment Business Employees Expenditure 5+ years) (Bachelors Degree) Establishments (Daytime Population)

Glenwood Springs

15,773 15,997 6,747 5,313 13,387

6,055 5,842 2,419 1,909 4,639

36 36 35 37 34

$66,579.00 $74,192.00 $66,058.00 $77,229.00 $73,288.00

$81,795.00 $79,889.00 $69,353.00 $83,885.00 $78,755.00

$64,131.00 $68,828.00 $57,650.00 $63,002.00 $59,067.00

29% 26% 27% 21% 25%

21% 30% 16% 14% 8%

1,402 1,065 236 191 758

12,664 7,243 1,511 1,188 7,151


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Source: DemographicsNow, Dec. 2011

Main Number 970-945-8515 Classified Advertising 970-945-9937 824 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 Visits: 2,018,336 Unique Visitors: 964,328 Page Views: 6,298,138 Source: Swift Communications Online Scorecard Jan.-Dec. 2011

Sky-Hi News

he Sky-Hi News is published free on Wednesdays and Fridays serving the towns of Winter Park, Fraser, Tabernash, Granby, Grand Lake, Hot Sulphur Springs and Kremmling. The coverage area includes the worldclass ski area of Winter Park Resort, the mountain biking Mecca at SolVista Basin and the western gateway to the Rocky Mountain National Park. The Sky-Hi News is sought out by local residents, guests and visitors as the paper providing insightful community coverage, arts and entertainment, business, real estate and more. The Sky-Hi News has won more than 40 Colorado Press Association awards. Special publications include Grand Summer and Grand Winter, The Best of Grand County, Health & Fitness, High Country Golf and High Country Wedding. The newspapers website, www.skyhidailynews.com, posts breaking news, photo galleries, blogs, web videos, weather updates, local features and news and other pertinent content.

visitor, Second Homeowner and Resort data

54% of the homes in Grand County are second homes Ski resorts include Winter Park, SolVista Basin and Mary Jane Colorados largest natural lake, Grand Lake, is located in Grand County Winter activities include skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, sledding & tubing and dog sled rides and races Summer activities consist of golfing, hiking, bicycling, ballooning, fishing and alpine slide Grand County is just 67 miles from Denver and the ideal place for western adventure and natural beauty

market demographics
City/Town, Zip Code Population Total Households Median Median Age Household Income Median HH Income Age 55-64 Total Average Stability Educational Number of Number of Household (In residence Attainment Business Employees Expenditure 5+ years) (Bachelors Degree) Establishments (Daytime Population)

Winter Park
80482 80446 80447

1,030 6,228 1,948 2,093

569 2,579 944 908

45 42 28 45

$48,465.00 $64,178.00 $51,802.00 $49,027.00

$52,958.00 $66,957.00 $48,808.00 $53,144.00

$51,367.00 $62,357.00 $52,578.00 $51,616.00

27% 18% 33% 27%

29% 19% 12% 29%

57 373 169 140

478 3,052 947 1,213

Granby Grand Lake Fraser

Source: DemographicsNow, Dec. 2011

Main Number 970-887-3334 Classified Advertising 970-887-3334 424 E. Agate, Granby, CO 80446 Visits: 679,917 Unique Visitors: 318,652 Page Views: 1,802,610 Source: Swift Communications Online Scorecard Jan.-Dec. 2011

Grand Junction Free Press


he Grand Junction Free Press is published free on Fridays and distributed throughout the Grand Valley including in Grand Junction, Palisade, the Redlands, Fruita, Clifton, at Colorado Mesa University and to nearby communities. The Free Press is the only free local weekly newspaper with a strong focus on community news, lifestyle, entertainment and the arts and features various local columnists and other relevant information. Special publications include monthly Grand Living (for the 50+ crowd), Family Connections, Annual Mesa County Guide, Cycling Guide, Western Slope Veterans Guide, SUCCESS, Seasons Best Gift Guide and other sections and guides. The Free Press website, www.gjfreepress.com features the E-edition which displays the entire newspaper as it appears in print and can be viewed at no additional charge.

market demographics
City/Town, Zip Code Population Total Households Median Median Age Household Income Median HH Income Age 55-64 Total Average Stability Educational Number of Number of Household (In residence Attainment Business Employees Expenditure 5+ years) (Bachelors Degree) Establishments (Daytime Population)

Grand Junction
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Fruita Palisade

16,239 5,433 11,811

6,053 2,284 4,291

37 34 38

$61,402.00 $57,096.00 $44,470.00

$67,366.00 $63,259.00 $50,560.00

$59,456.00 $57,122.00 $44,632.00

28% 25% 17%

18% 19% 10%

406 188 145

3,854 1,219 863


Source: DemographicsNow, Dec. 2011

Main Number 970-243-2200 Classified Advertising 970-683-5656 145 N. 4th St., Grand Junction, CO 81501 Visits: 314,926 Unique Visitors: 224,993 Page Views: 616,047 Source: Swift Communications Online Scorecard Jan.-Dec. 2011

additional news publications

Aspen Times Weekly

Culture, characters and commentary along with catchy graphics and some of the areas best writers can be found in the Aspen Times Weekly, distributed free on Thursdays. The glossy and premium paper publication is Aspens best resource for arts and entertainment, travel, food and drink, the newest and hottest gear, the wittiest columnists and local and community news. Popular with locals, guests and second homeowners, the Aspen Times Weekly also features real estate advertising and classified advertising. For advertising information, please contact Gunilla Asher at 970-479-9170 or e-mail gunilla@aspentimes.com

Snowmass Sun

Serving desirable Snowmass Village and the surrounding area, the Snowmass Sun is published every Wednesday through free and paid postal distribution. Since 1979, the Sun has served as the true local voice for the community, with a strong focus on local news, entertainment, events and features about area residents. Visitors and second homeowners are passionate Snowmass Sun readers as well. Remember, nobody covers Snowmass like the sun! For advertising information, please contact Gunilla Asher at 970-429-9170 or gunilla@aspentimes.com

Vail Daily Weekly

Your Weekender for the entire week! A total focus on what to see and do this week in Vail and Beaver Creek and surrounding communities. The Daily Weekly is all about events and activities you can participate in or attend; live music, art, dining, shows, fundraisers, sporting events, festivals and more. All glossy and premium paper - a fun, colorful take on the weeks goings-on. During the ski season and summer season, the Weekly is inserted into all Vail Daily papers delivered to our highest demographic delivery areas. The Daily Weekly comes out every Friday. For advertising information, please contact Cathy Ethington at 970-748-2958 or cethington@vaildaily.com.

additional news publications

Eagle Valley Enterprise

Featuring in-depth coverage of community issues, events, education and history, the Eagle Valley Enterprise is published weekly on Thursdays. Started in 1898, the Enterprise serves the communities of Eagle and Gypsum and is available in other key locations in the Eagle Valley. Readers enjoy the popular page, Those Were the Days, along with a community calendar, classified advertising, legal notices, and more. For advertising information, please contact Carole Bukovich at 970-328-6656 or cbukovich@vaildaily.com.

The Citizen Telegram


Rifles paper for more than 100 years, The Citizen Telegram is published every Thursday and distributed throughout Western Garfield County. The Telegram serves as the voice of Rifle and embraces its heritage, focusing on community news, special events, sports and commentary. Classified advertising and legal notices are published weekly. For advertising information, please contact Laurie Vagneur at 970-384-9171 or laurie@citizentelegram.com

Middle Park Times

The Middle Park Times is a subscription newspaper published every Thursday to almost 2,000 readers. More than 1,000 Grand County residents and second homeowners subscribe to the paper with an additional 800 distributed through a free circulation model throughout the county. The Middle Park times is among the oldest continuously operated newspapers in the State of Colorado. For advertising information and to specifically reach Grand County second home owners, please contact Debbie Harris at 970-887-3334, ext. 19702 or e-mail dharris@skyhidailynews.com

Summit County Journal


The Summit County Journal publishes more than 1,200 copies each Friday. Second home owners rely on the Summit County Journal to stay on top of local issues and events through a paid subscription. The paper also serves as the record of legal notices in Summit County. For display advertising information, please call 970-668-3998. For legal notices, please call 970-668-4611.

magazines and guides

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High Country Golf Magazine High Country Wedding Magazine

digital marketing
We have expanded our marketing options so you can extend your reach. Colorado Mountain News Media offers a selection of digital solutions to ensure you get your message to your customer, within your budget. Whether you want to reach the person looking for real estate in a resort town, the visitor hungrily searching for a good restaurant or the local resident who needs a new cell phone we can connect you with them.

diSplay online

Our consultants will work with you to create a successful online campaign. Banner advertisements Peelbacks Other website options


Be visible when big news occurs with a call to action tool that puts your message in the hands of consumers. Banner Coupon

Social media maRketing

Do you have the right fans and friends to help grow your business? Our advertising consultants can suggest ways to promote your business, build loyalty and retention. facebook twitter e-mail

SeaRcH maRketing Steal tHe deal

When people are ready to buy, let us help them find you first! Talk to us about how we can deliver your message only to those who are ready to buy from you. Capture new customers immediately with a no-upfrontcost marketing tool. With Steal the Deal well help you create the right timely campaign for your business.
Vail Cathy Ethington 970-748-2958 cethington@vaildaily.com aspen Gunilla R. Asher 970.429.9170 gunilla@aspentimes.com summit County Ashley Kujawski (970) 668-4645 akujawski@summitdaily.com Lyndsey Riley (970) 668-4641 lriley@summitdaily.com Grand County Debbie Harris 970-887-3334, ext.19702 dharris@dkyhidailynews.com Glenwood sprinGs Julie Carruth 970-429-9172 jcarruth@postindependent.com Grand JunCtion Linda Findley 970-243-2200, ext. 18706 lfindley@gjfreepress.com

classified advertising

Classified Advertising links businesses with customers throughout the Rocky Mountain region. In print and online, Colorado Mountain News Medias newspapers reach thousands of active and passive job seekers, home buyers, renters, investors and shoppers, business people and casual readers 365 days a year. For businesses, CMNM connects you with job candidates, customers, buyers and other key individuals you need to reach for business purposes. For individuals, CMNM has many free and low cost Classified options available, allowing you to get your message out quickly and reach a target market.

a few specialty areas and products include:

Recruitment. You need the right people and we have the right tools including Response Manager, Top Jobs, Employment Videos, AfterCollege.com, Monster.com, Health Care niche sites and Diversity sites. Real Estate Photo Advertising. For real estate brokers or homeowners, all Real Estate Photo Ads are in print and online and include color photographs. Reach local and out-of-town buyers. Automotive. The Classified Auto section includes vehicles for sale from around the region, including the Greeley area. Service Directory. Call us, or go online to create your own Service Directory advertisement.

Colorado Mountain News Media Classified Advertising toll-free 1-866-850-9937 E-mail classifieds@cmnm.org.

Now entering its second-decade, Colorado Mountain News Medias state-of-theart printing facility in Gypsum, CO, is the printer of choice to dozens of daily and weekly publications and specialty printing customers throughout Colorado. We offer a complete range of web offset printing services and our team will work with you to find the right printing solution for your publication and your budget. Our DGM press with the capacity to print up to 56 full-color pages in a single run and utilize paper grades from regular newsprint to heat-set gloss ensures customers have a wide selection of options and formats. Our experienced staff from prepress to the delivery team can exceed your expectations for quality and service. And we support sustainable forest management and use recycled paper whenever possible. Please contact Todd Bukovich at 970-328-6333, ext. 12107 or tbukovich@cmnm.org.

custom printing
y focusing on what we do best providing superior printing services we allow you to focus on what you do best: Building Your Business.

graphic design and marketing Services

eginning in 2012, Colorado Mountain News Medias graphics and design team will begin taking on a limited number of outside clients.

Based in Gypsum, CO., this team, whose skills rival that of any major design house in Colorado, has been the creator of award winning magazines, specialty publications, advertising campaigns and sales collateral as well as web-based advertising programs. Design services available to new customers include Academic student planners, college schedules, brochures, calendars, catalogs, community and information guides, coupon books, directories, magazines, marketing collateral, newspaper inserts, manuals, newsletters, newspapers, real estate guides. Marketing and branding consultation services are available for the special few clients seeking to bring new success to their business through branding and promotion. Let us help you move your business forward. Please contact Afton Groepper at 970-777-3171 or agroepper@cmnm.org



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Colorado Mountain News Media Business Office and Central Printing Facility 200 Lindberg Drive Gypsum, CO 970-328-6333 Daily Newspapers Vail Daily 40780 U.S. Highway 6 & 24 Avon, CO 81620 970-949-0555 www.vaildaily.com The Aspen Times 310 East Main St. Aspen, CO 81611 970-925-3414 www.aspentimes.com Summit Daily News 40 West Main St. Frisco, CO 80443 970-668-3998 www.summitdaily.com Glenwood Springs Post Independent 824 Grand Ave. Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970-945-8515 www.postindependent.com Other Publications Sky-Hi News 424 Agate Granby, CO 80446 970-887-3334 www.skyhidailynews.com Grand Junction Free Press 145 N. 4th St. Grand Junction, CO 81501 970-243-2200 www.gjfreepress.com Aspen Times Weekly 310 East Main St. Aspen, CO 81611 970-925-3414 www.aspentimes.com Snowmass Sun P.O. Box 5770 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 970-429-9177 www.snowmasssun.com Eagle Valley Enterprise 200 Lindbergh Drive. Gypsum, CO 970-328-6656 www.eaglevalleyenterprise.com The Citizen Telegram 125 West 4th St. Suite 206 Rifle, CO 81650 970-625-3245 www.citizentelegram.com Middle Park Times 424 Agate Granby, CO 80446 970-887-3334 www.skyhidailynews.com Summit County Journal 40 West Main St. Frisco, CO 80443 970-668-3998 www.summitdaily.com Colorado Mountain News Media Classified Advertising 200 Lindbergh Drive. Gypsum, CO 1-866-850-9937