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With three major ski resorts literally minutes apart, Park City, Utah, is the premiere skiing destination of the Rockies! At The Park Record we can maximize awareness of your business, products and services to thousands of dedicated readers each week. Our representatives are available to help you build a strategic marketing plan that converges print and online media targeting visitors and locals alike.

For over a century, The Park Record has been an important part of the day for Park City's sophisticated reader: those who rely on us for the most comprehensive local news, events, arts & entertainment, sports and business information. Our readers trust The Park Record for its integrity, quality and services, keeping them informed and "in the know."

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The Park Record online provides a great complement and an affordable alternative to the print edition. For as low as $75 per month your business can have visibility throughout our website. No matter where a user browses, they will see your ad.

Digital ad placements

The Real Estate Weekly is a full color glossy publication that showcases an array of properties listed for sale in the Park City area. It is also a great resource for Realtors, mortgage lenders and title companies, making them known to a buying public.

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Please call us at 435-649-9014 or email val@parkrecord.com for more information.

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