It’s hard to believe, but Labor Day is just two short weeks away.
The holiday serves as the unofficial end of summer and, for ARLnow, represents the start of our busiest advertising season.
If you’d like your company’s message to reach the widest possible Arlington audience — young and old, south and north, renters and owners — while supporting essential local journalism, we should talk. And soon.
Despite the pandemic, much of the local economy has remained resilient. We anticipate running low on advertising inventory again this fall, as we have over the past couple of years.
Flickr pool photo by Tom Mockler
Explore the hidden gem that is Arlington Heights with Susan Minnick in this week’s Neighborhood Spotlight.
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