The Yosemite Gazette
P. O. Box 5227
Sonora CA 95370
Michael Gahagan, Editor & Publisher
PO Box 5227
Sonora, CA 95370
Distribution of the Yosemite Gazette is through all advertisers, visitors centers for the Yosemite, Tuolumne County (Sonora), Twain Harte, Calaveras, Mariposa, Oakhurst, Independence, Lone Pine, Bass Lake and Bishop Chambers of Commerce, the visitors centers at Mammoth Lakes, Lee Vining, and any coffee shop that doesn’t throw us out, plus other outlets such as post offices, banks, waiting rooms and the like. Ask for our Advertising Brochure which carries a full list of venues, businesses and commercial establishments where Yosemite Gazettes are distributed. Or go to our Advertising Page on this site and download it.
Statistics from brochure distribution points say that 60% of visitors become aware of a service or destination of interest, 25% changed their travel plans and 15% said that information from visitors centers was their most frequently used source of information.
The Yosemite Gazette is a quarterly publication, 9” x 12” size; design theme is “old timey” with black ink on 70 lb. buff colored paper. Featuring a journal style mix of history, Yosemite area lore and current events, but no “club news.
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The newsletter updates are sent electronically periodically between quarterly printed issues of the Yosemite Gazette which can be read on your computer or mobile device and also downloaded for printing. The periodic updates will be previews of up-coming issues, advertisers's promotions, discount programs, coupons. There will be some event calendar items (particularly for non-proifit social, artistic and cultural organizations) and links to advertiser's wb sites, the area's twenty plus non-profit museums.)
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The Yosemite Gazette is printed the old fashioned way by Foothill Printing, Angels Camp, California