A turkey of a deal
With Election Day in the rearview mirror and Thanksgiving quickly making its way towards us, the DCI has come up with a fun promotion that will likely send you all the way to the store, well, gobbling away.
The DCI is teaming up with our friendly neighborhood supermarket, Erdmans County Market in Kasson, to bring residents of Dodge County and elsewhere a heck of a turkey deal.
It’s pretty simple. New subscribers will have the opportunity to subscribe to the DCI on either Nov. 15 or 16 and receive a free turkey just in time for their Thanksgiving meal. We have a special promotional ad running in this week’s ADvantage where you can learn more about it.
Let’s just say it’s our early Black Friday special. We could have done it on the biggest shopping day of the year, but we wanted to give people the chance to enjoy their turkey before the big holiday.
I hear some of you asking, “But, what if I’m already a subscriber?” Thanks for asking.
This would be a perfect time for you to order a gift subscription for another family member, friend, neighbor or perhaps you may even have an enemy that you want to make amends with. You can simply reach out to us, order a subscription and walk away with a turkey.
It would also be a great time to spread the word to others about what they are missing each week by not subscribing to the newspaper. Start a simple conversation about your local newspaper and encourage others to take part in the award-winning tradition we have established with the DCI over the past few years.
Sometimes the best promotion is having people talk about what we offer. I want you to encourage others about reading the community newspaper.
But don’t wait too long to take advantage of our gobble of a deal. The promotion runs only on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 15 and 15. You can either call in or stop by our office on Main Street. Hurry, the turkey promotion is limited to the first 100 people.
While Santa’s elves are busy making toys for Christmas delivery in a little more than a month, the DCI’s elves are hustling to create a newspaper each week that is solely focused on local news in Dodge County and the surrounding area. There is no where else where readers can get the kind of news, features and sports we produce each and every week.
We take great pride in the news product that we deliver on a weekly basis. We want as many people to enjoy it as possible.
Spread the word. Tell others it’s time for them to go in hot pursuit of a turkey deal that lands them a newspaper to read every week and possibly a turkey to boot.