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WHO NEEDS SNOW!
You don't mind at all... you're basking in the warm afternoon sunshine of the great American Southwest while most of the country braces for another bone-chilling winter. What better way to discover our little bit of paradise than through the pages of our 2013 Winter Visitors Guide. This year our most popular special publication promises to be bigger and better than ever! Coupled with our annual Winter Visitors Online Directory and regular updates, it can keep you informed on your favorite winter vacation spots, friends, and acquaintances.
With autumn rushing in and winter in just around the corner, we are busy preparing the warmest welcome for our Winter Visitors to the Colorado River area in California, Arizona and Nevada.
This year's Winter Visitors Guide will feature fascinating stories about our communities, history and heritage. It lists exciting things to do while spending your winter vacation in the warm sunny southwest. It is also jam-packed with advertising specials, sales, promotions and deals targeted to the winter residents of the area.
The Winter Visitors Guide will appear on the newstands in late December and the Online Directory will be available on October 1, 2012. The printed edition will be distributed throughout the three-state area all winter long - up through Memorial Day, 2013.
Get your copy early, they will go fast, or download a copy to your personal computer as soon as they are published. The Winter Visitors Guide is the best read publication along the Colorado River each year. Almost 200 pages of fun, interesting, and historical facts about the area you call your second home! To use the downloaded guide on your computer you will need a program, such as WinZIP [ WinZIP (Evaluation Copy) ] or PKZip [ Get PKZip (30-Day Demo) ] to unzip the file and then you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader [ Get Adobe Acrobat Reader (Free) ] to view the file
The guide is distributed along the communities of the Colorado River, California's Imperial Valley, and the cities of Zones 7, 8, 9 & 10. Serving Lake Havasu City, Havasu Landing, Desert Hills, Yuma, Somerton, San Luis, Winterhaven, MCAS, Wellton, Tacna, Roll, Martinez Lake, Hidden Shores, El Centro and the Yuma Proving Grounds. Also includes Parker, Lakeside, 16 Mile Resort Strip of the Colorado River, Parker Dam, Earp, Big River, Parker Valley, Vidal Junction, Poston, Bouse, Wenden, Blythe, Salone, Black Meado Landing, Lost Lake Resort, Ehrengberg, Quartzsite Bullhead City, Kingman, Mohave Valley, Fort Mohave, La Paz Valley. Nevada communities of Laughlin and Needles California.
More than 80,000 copies of the GUIDE will be distributed in the communities along the Colorado River, the Tri-State area, plus Pre-Publication on the World Wide Web. Printed distribution will be from December 2012 through April 2013.