Flair of ‘The Iowan’ coming to new business & tourism guide

The Greene County Chamber of Commerce has selected Pioneer Communications as the publisher of the 2016-2017 Greene County Business and Tourism Guide.

Pioneer Communications is best known for its flagship publication The Iowan magazine. The new guide will get a facelift and new feel courtesy of The Iowan design, editorial and sales team.

Chamber bus. tourism guide Kellner, cropped“We are so excited to work with Pioneer Communications in the production of our upcoming tourism and chamber guide.  Everyone knows the top-shelf quality of The Iowan magazine, and we couldn’t be happier to have that caliber of work going into the literature that will represent Jefferson and Greene County,” said the Chamber’s tourism and events coordinator Angie Pedersen (pictured, left).

“We’re extremely excited to have been chosen by the board, and look forward to working the chamber to produce a guide Greene County will be proud of, and one that will also better inform residents and visitors about essential services, attractions and local businesses,” said Pioneer  senior account executive Mike Kellner (pictured, right).

The guide will be mailed to about 4,400 Greene County households, and the chamber will distribute an additional 3,000 copies to individuals and businesses interested in relocation, economic and business development and travel to Jefferson and Greene County.

As an added bonus, the guide will be placed in the time capsule that will be included in the rededication of the Greene County courthouse cornerstone which was originally set on May 15, 1916. The time capsule will be sealed and slated for opening at the bicentennial in 2116.

More details regarding inclusion in the Greene County Business and Tourism Guide are avaialable at the Chamber office, or by contacting Kellner at 515-979-9983, or via email at mkellner [at] pioneermagazines [dot] com.

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