Elauwit Media rounds out the Central Jersey market with The Princeton Sun newspaper
Elauwit Media has added the Central Jersey town to their long list of community papers in the South and Central New Jersey markets. The Princeton Sun will join five other Central Jersey communities, including Montgomery, Hopewell, West Windsor, Robbinsville and Lawrence that receive a Sun newspaper each week.
Elauwit recently opened a new office in Princeton to accommodate customers, clients and constituents of its Central New Jersey newspaper market.
"We're very excited to expand our footprint in the Central New Jersey market," CEO Dan McDonough, Jr. said. "With the recent expansion into Princeton, West Windsor and Robbinsville, and the opening of a new office in Princeton, Elauwit is poised to continue to grow."
Residents of Princeton can look forward to community news content that is unmatched against our competitors. We'll provide local news about your town including government, schools and your neighbors, delivered for free each week right to your mailbox.
The new print publication is not all Elauwit will bring to the new market. There will also be a significant online presence. There is a supplemental web site for residents who live in Princeton. The Princeton Sun web site will include some information from the weekly print publication, but will also include exclusive local news that will only be found online. In addition, there will be a Princeton Sun Facebook and Twitter pages, where residents can voice their opinions about what's going on in their community.
As you can see, we are fully submerged in the new communities we serve. If you have news, specific questions or would like to advertise in any of Elauwit's newspapers, please call us. We are here to serve you...the residents, business people, movers and shakers of our area publications.