to promote, develop and protect the economic vitality of the community

Advertising & Media

KUIC Broadcasting
Phil D’Angelo

Since 1973, KUIC has had a tradition of quality, consistent broadcasting and commitment to the Solano, Contra Costa, Napa, and Yolo communities.

Our format is considered “Adult Contemporary.”

In addition to music, 95.3 KUIC offers up-to-date news, traffic, and activities of interest to compliment the lifestyle of today’s “active” adult listener.

We encourage you to contact us via e-mail, over the phone, or by using snail mail.

95.3 KUIC
555 Mason Street Suite 245
Vacaville, Ca. 95688

Contest Line: (707) 448-KUIC
1-800-698-KUIC

Business Line: (707) 446-0200

Fax: (707)446-0122

News/Traffic Line: (707) 447-NEWS (6397)

555 Mason Street
Vacaville
CA
95688
http://kuic.com/
(707) 446-0200
(707) 446-0122
Jan-1990
PC Help!
Richard Mason

We are dedicated to providing reliable web hosting solutions of the highest quality. All of our plans come with a 99.9% uptime guarantee.  Our focus is on reliability, uptime, and customer support. The servers we utilize are Dual Xeon 2.4ghz with 2 gigs of ram. Our network backbone consists of UUNET, Level3, Verio, Time Warner, Global Crossing, AboveNet, and Allegiance Telecom.

1635 Bello Dr.
Dixon
CA
95620
http://hostmysitepro.com/
(707)678-4727
Jul-2010
Valley Yellow Pages
Jim Olson

Mission Statement

AGI Publishing, Inc., dba Valley Yellow Pages, is the largest independent Yellow Pages publisher in Central and Northern California and the third largest in the nation. Directories are delivered to households and businesses in 46 different markets, helping more than 15,400,000 people find reliable, local business information.

In addition to print, Valley Yellow Pages provides local search tools online with its Internet Yellow Pages at myyp.com, mobile apps, and virtual Yellow Pages at myyp.net. To help consumers save money, Valley Yellow Pages also has coupons and text message offers available through its print, mobile, and online products.

Company History

With more than 100 years of combined Yellow Pages experience, three former Pacific Bell executives founded AGI Publishing, Inc. in June 1985. In 1987, they began operations as Valley Yellow Pages and established a corporate office in Fresno, California. The first directory, “Fresno & Clovis,” was published in 1988. Today, more than 450 people are employed by Valley Yellow Pages throughout Central and Northern California.

Valley Yellow Pages was founded on the principle of bringing direct competition to the marketplace thus providing advertisers with a choice in Yellow Pages advertising. And, the best way to do this is through creating an invaluable resource containing all types of local business and community information, which would also serve as an effective, and affordable, advertising vehicle.

As Valley Yellow Pages has grown from its beginnings, it has become not only an important community resource, but also a valuable contributor to the communities it serves. All of the employees of Valley Yellow Pages continue to build upon the company’s prominent standing in the industry, while maintaining its tradition of delivering the best possible product at the best possible price.

Print Yellow Pages: Production

Valley Yellow Pages’ artwork is produced by ASEC International, a premier provider of graphic design and advertising development solutions.

Valley Yellow Pages directories are printed by RR Donnelley, the world’s leading full-service provider of print services and the largest printer of directories.

Print Yellow Pages: Delivery and Distribution

Directory distribution consists of two phases: Initial and newcomer delivery.

Initial distribution occurs when Valley Yellow Pages directories are delivered door-to-door, free of charge, to businesses and households throughout a specific market area. Product Development Corporation, one of the nation’s leading directory distribution companies, is Valley Yellow Pages’ door-to-door and secondary delivery contractor.

Newcomer delivery continues throughout the year as directories are mailed out to newcomer business and resident listings.

Valley Yellow Pages directories can also be obtained from local Chambers of Commerce that stock the Valley Yellow Pages directories as a free service. Additional directories are always available by calling 800 350-8887 or by ordering online.

To opt out of receiving a directory, go to YellowPagesOptOut.org.

Community Involvement

Valley Yellow Pages is an active contributor and frequent participant in local area community activities, having contributed to such organizations as the ALS Association, American Cancer Society, American Youth Soccer Organization, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Clubs, Crime Stoppers, Fresno’s Chaffee Zoo, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Valley Public Television, Tree Fresno, American Red Cross, California Highway Patrol and many more.

Associations and Awards

Valley Yellow Pages is a member of the Association of Directory Publishers, the Local Search Association, the American Advertising Federation, the Better Business Bureau, and multiple Chambers of Commerce throughout its 46 markets in California.

Valley Yellow Pages has and continues to receive awards for its directories’ designs and features, among them many Gold Book Awards and the directory publishing industry’s APPY Award for product innovation. Additionally, Valley Yellow Pages continues to earn ADDY Awards for excellence in the advertising industry.

420 Executive Court North, Suite K
Fairfield
CA
94585
http://www.myyp.com/
(707) 422-8888 (916) 648-9888
(707) 425-8888
Sep-1993
Your Town Monthly
Chandra Crowley

Who is S&J Advertising’s Your Town Monthly?

S&J Advertising is locally owned and operated and has been publishing direct mail magazines in select markets throughout Northern California since 1990.  Our publications, with a combined monthly distribution of over 262,000, contain information on entertainment and events that are important to the local community.  Residents look to our website & magazines for information on downtown events, car shows, community movie nights, library events, senior center events, local fundraisers, youth sports sign ups, restaurant reviews, day trip ideas and much more.  It is this local touch that connects us so well with our readers and makes advertising so successful for our clients.

Our publications include Your Town Monthly (Dixon/Winters), Your Town Monthly (Vacaville), Your Town Monthly (Fairfield, Suisun, Cordelia & Travis AFB), Your Town Monthly (San Ramon, Danville, Blackhawk, Alamo & Diablo), Your Town Monthly (Pleasanton/Dublin), Your Town Monthly (Livermore) and Your Town Monthly (Walnut Creek/Lafayette).  In addition to our monthly magazines, S&J provides printing and design services for postcards, business cards, brochures, door hangers and more.

How we’re delivered:

Our publications are direct mailed to every home and business in the above areas.  We also provide targeted rack distribution sites in the communities we serve.  In addition, our complete publications are available on our website, www.yourtownmonthly.com and are updated monthly.

Our publications are “stand alone”; not inserted in a newspaper or inside weekly “junk mail” where your target audience has to “find” you or miss you altogether.  All of our publications are individually mailed, visible and widely recognized.

What is the distribution and how is it accountable?

Please refer to each individual publication for the cities served by visiting http://yourtownmonthly.com/advertise/media-kit/.  Distribution is very important to us.  We can account for where we are delivered with Proof of Mailing from the USPS.  Be sure that you get what you pay for when comparing advertising dollars and distribution numbers.

Will this work for me?

Yes!  Reaching families and businesses provides necessary information to the community.  We have a month-long shelf life, which allows the consumer to see you, learn about you and utilize your valuable services (this is true whether you choose to offer a coupon or not).

How do I schedule my ad?

Please visit http://yourtownmonthly.com/advertise/media-kit/ or email chandra@yourtownmonthly.com.  You can submit camera-ready artwork or let us do the designing for you!  All prices include the design of your ad and full color.  Call us today!

555 Mason Street, Suite 250
Vacaville
CA
95688
http://www.yourtownmonthly.com/
(707) 448-6446
(707) 448-6943
Jan-2002
Dixon Tribune
Sarah Villec

The Dixon Tribune publishes three days a week in Dixon, California, a community of 17,000 people located 30 miles from Sacramento.The Tribune covers all news related to the Dixon community, including city, schools, crime, and community events.

145 East A Street
Dixon
CA
95620
(707) 678-5594
(707) 678-5404
Jan-1989
Stitching Solutions
Wendi Hendershot

Stitching Solutions is a family owned contract embroidery business since 2004. Owner, Wendi Hendershot, prides herself on providing a quality product with quick turn-around times.  Stitching Solutions has, and will continue to live by its business motto…”Hard work = 100% customer satisfaction.”  With our history in the apparel industry, you can feel confident having your orders dropped shipped directly to our place of business.  We will double check all orders prior to sewing.  After completion of your order, timely local hand delivery is at no extra charge.

Design your custom Letterman jacket at http://stitchingsolutions.lettermansclub.com/

                                                          Like Stitching Solutions’ Facebook page and see pictures of our work at www.facebook.com/stitchingsolutions

The business is locally owned and operated by our very own Dixon of Commerce Ambassador, Wendi Hendershot .
She strives to find a solution to all your personalization needs and surpass all your expectations. Stitching Solutions offers high quality, quick turn-around times on custom embroidery, silk screening, rhinestones, uniforms and letterman jackets.  All products are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

P.O. Box 1192
Vacaville
CA
95696
707 685-6729
Feb-2012
The Reporter
Kelly Spadorcio, Advertising Manager

Who we are
TheReporter.Com is the electronic edition of The Reporter, a daily newspaper in Vacaville CA, serving northern Solano County. Vacaville is located astride Interstate 80, on the western edge of the Sacramento Valley. We are approximately 35 miles from Sacramento and 55 miles from San Francisco.
Upload schedule
The web site is updated daily before 8 a.m. We frequently manage the update earlier than that, but that’s our target time.
Local content
Our content focus is on local news, sports, features and editorials. We do publish news from our regional news partners in Vallejo and Woodland when it is of local interest. We also provide links to the Associated Press’ ‘The Wire’ web site for national and international news coverage.
14 days ‘live’
Most web site content is available free of charge for 14 days from date of publication. After that time the material is still available through our News Archive at Newsbank.Com for a small charge. These older articles can be found through the Advanced Search on the site, and a brief excerpt is readable before purchase.

401 Davis Street
Vacaville
CA
95688
http://www.thereporter.com
707-451-5206
August 2017
Veale Outdoor Advertising
Tom Jackson, General Manager

We are Veale Outdoor Advertising
Why Outdoor Advertising?
Veale Outdoor Advertising’s Digital Billboard is a great way to reach people where they live, work and play. It is media that is everywhere, and when used with creativity, it creates brand new ad spaces where none existed before — ad spaces that can stop people in their tracks.

By the way, it’s also one of your most cost-effective advertising options according to the OAAA. We’ll be happy to explain — just give us a ring.

 
Comparing outdoor ads to other advertising options:
Unlike TV, radio or print, outdoor is media that cannot be turned off or put down. Viewers cannot fast forward through an outdoor ad as it moves through their environment or they enter the viewing range of strategically placed displays — like billboards. With TV, radio, print and the Internet, consumers have the ability to change the channel, fast forward, turn the page (or miss the page!) or close the browser window. Outdoor is possibly the last place where consumers do not control the ad space. This gives advertisers unprecedented control over how and where an ad is seen.

As the effectiveness of these other media slips, outdoor is also being seen by a larger and larger audience — especially as people spend longer periods of time commuting and away from their homes.

More time away from the home = more time in front of out-of-home media and outdoor advertising.

I- 80 @ 1875 N. Lincoln Street
Dixon
CA
95402
http://www.vealeoutdooradvertising.com
707-575-3752
November 2014
Yellow Book USA
John Blake

Drew Kedem , Local Sales Manager
1550 Harbor Blvd., Ste. 105
West Sacramento, CA 95691

1550 Harbor Blvd. Ste 105
Sacramento
CA
95691
http://www.yellowbook.com/
(916)371-1466
July-2006