Relevance Project partners with Metro Creative for new newspaper ad campaign

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The Relevance Project has announced an ongoing partnership with Metro Creative Graphics, Inc., the leading source of creative materials for advertising and news content for the newspaper media industry.

The first initiative of this collaboration is the roll-out of the “All Together Now” campaign centered on business recovery and reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the critical role of newspaper journalism during the public health crisis. The ads are available to newspapers free of charge and may be accessed via the following links:

The Relevance Project is a strategic partnership uniting state and provincial press associations to speed the resurgence of community newspapers in North America. It’s proud of newspapers and what they represent.

The Relevance Project seeks to convert local expertise into national prominence. And proudly shouts out on behalf of the newspapers in the United States and Canada.

Missouri Press Association Executive Director Mark Maassen, a member of Newspaper Association Managers, was on the committee that helped create the Relevance Project and MPA donated to get the project started.

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