Texas-Based Newspaper Invests $10 Million in New Goss Magnum Impact Press
PFLUGERVILLE, Texas — October 21, 2016 — Community Impact Newspaper, Texas' fastest-growing news organization, has opened its new printing and mailing facility located next to its headquarters outside of Austin, Texas.
A new $10 million press will allow Community Impact to greatly improve its editorial relevancy to readers and improve targeted options for advertisers. The press was constructed in a 36,000-square-foot printing facility. The new press from Goss International, which is one of only four of its kind in the world, will allow the company to version both advertising and editorial content through its many Texas markets.
"Bringing our press in house will create so many advantages for our company and in turn will provide our readers with an even more relevant product," explains John Garrett, owner and publisher of Community Impact. "I'm so proud of our hard-working employees who have helped make this dream a reality."
The company has added 13 jobs and plans to add five more by the end of 2016 because of the addition of its press.
By the end of this month, Community Impact will print all of its editions at the new facility. To celebrate the launch of the new press, Community Impact has created a website that shows off the new facility and employees. It can be found at www.communityimpact.com/printing
Community Impact Newspaper is a nationally award winning newspaper group distributing its free product monthly to 1.7 million Texans in 32 cities.
Watch the video below to hear Garrett talk about the company's new press.
About Community Impact Newspaper
Community Impact Newspaper is Texas' fastest-growing news organization and the most widely distributed news source for relevant and useful information at the community level. The company now has more than 180 employees with coverage in more than 32 cities and communities with 23 hyperlocal newspapers in Texas. With a total mailed circulation now reaching over 1.7 million, more residents receive a Community Impact Newspaper than any other publication in Texas.
Source: Community Impact Newspaper.