Clearwater Times launches subscription drive

Our subscription drive began this month, and it comes with exciting freebies and a draw for readers

Here at the Times we believe a community newspaper should be dedicated to community reporting, breaking news stories, and keeping our readers informed through both print and social media.

We also believe that involvement within our community and the surrounding area, be it volunteering, ad donations for non-profits, or just lending a helping hand whenever possible, helps our communities to grow and to prosper.

Our subscription drive began this month, and it comes with exciting freebies and a draw for our readers.

Each week in September we will partner with one of four different area businesses: the Strawberry Moose, the Kettle Cafe, Double R Pizza and Subs and Holly Louwerse Photography.

Every new or renewed subscriber during the first week of September will get a voucher for a free standard coffee at the Strawberry Moose. For the second week, they’ll get a voucher for free waffles with sugar from the Kettle Cafe. During the third week, each new or renewed subscriber will get a free regular dipstick from Double R Pizza and Subs and for the fourth week, they’ll be entered into a draw for a large print from Holly Louwerse Photography.

During the month of November, the Times will be donating a portion of the proceeds from new and renewed subscriptions to one of the non-profits we support—the Clearwater and District Hospice Society.

Subscription rates are $57.75 a year and $110.25 for two years.



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