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by ShannonH 22 March 2012 08:42

Moving can be a big adjustment—new town, new neighborhood, new schools. It's all a bit overwhelming, and doing an Internet search for something such as "Italian restaurants" could bring up dozens of listings that aren't anywhere close to your neighborhood.

But restaurants are just part of the picture. You'll have to find a new doctor and dentist, too, as well as other professionals and services. Narrowing down your choices is no easy task—especially when some search engines include listings 40+ miles away.

That's why, in times of transition, nothing's more reliable than the Valley Yellow Pages. Within this trustworthy directory, you'll find dry cleaners, restaurants, doctors, parks, day care centers and more—right in your community, neatly organized by type and by alphabetical order. Piece of cake.

If you've recently moved, or if a move is in your near future, you owe it to yourself to check out the Valley Yellow Pages.

A move is difficult enough. Turn to the trusted resource for finding the help you need, and finding it fast—the Valley Yellow Pages.

Natural Disaster Preparation

by ShannonH 22 March 2012 08:37

Natural disasters are no laughing matter, and no time to be unprepared. No one wants to experience a hurricane, flood, earthquake or wild fire, but the fact is they happen—and they can happen to any of us.

In those times, Internet service is often scarce, leaving thousands without access to the World Wide Web and rendering search engines virtually useless. Even something as small as a temporary power outage can wreak havoc with your Internet service. Where will you turn then?

With the print edition of the Valley Yellow Pages, victims of natural disasters can still find contractors, emergency services or other important items.

Locate an emergency shelter, find a generator or look up the address or phone number for the nearest hotel, should you need it.

Along with copies of your important paper work, such as house deeds, birth certificates, immunization records and social security cards, it's a good idea to keep an updated version of the Valley Yellow Pages somewhere safe and handy.

We’re here for you, whenever you need us!

Support Small Businesses - Buy Local!

by ShannonH 20 March 2012 07:21

Did you know that every time you spend money at a local business, 1 percent of the sales tax is allocated toward local funding? So, spending locally is something you can feel good about.

Children's programs, local health clinics, zoos, and police and fire protection are all funded in part by local tax dollars.

At the Valley Yellow Pages, we know how important it is to support our friends and neighbors. By using our print directory, you can choose from a wide variety of local businesses and make a purchasing decision that's as much about social accountability as it is about your business.

In a challenging economy such as today's, every cent matters. Your support of local businesses helps continue worthwhile projects that enrich our lives.

Protecting jobs, supporting the local economy and finding a great deal at the same time—what could be better? No matter what you're looking for, the Valley Yellow Pages can help you find it.

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