UPDATE: Sept. 30, 9:46 p.m. We’ve reached the mark, and are on our way to the next million page views. Thank you for your entries. Contest winner will be announced Oct. 5.
MANCHESTER, NH – Hoo boy! This is huge! At least, for us, it is.
By the time you read this we will be that much closer to our one-millionth page view here at Manchester Ink Link, a mighty milestone we’re more than thrilled to celebrate with you, the people who’ve made it happen.
We are just a few thousand page views away, and with our daily reach in the thousands, that means we’ll be there any time now.
It’s been an uphill journey since we began about a year ago, but we have succeeded in establishing Manchester’s first indie news source, a labor of love for the good people of this city.
We are humbled, and happy.
To show our appreciation, we’re going to select one lucky reader to receive our “I’m the Manchester Ink Link Millionthaire” prize package, which will include two tickets to Palace Theatre’s upcoming musical production of “The Addams Family,” a lovely hardcover copy of the 2015 edition of “New Hampshire: First in the Nation,” edited and autographed by Manchester Ink Link editor Carol Robidoux, plus some delightful swag from our friends at Intown Manchester, along with some other fantastic city-centric goodies and surprises.
Plus, the winner will be featured as the first subject in our new series, Humans in Manchester (with a respectful nod to the ever-popular Humans of New York blog).
Enter below, using “1 millionth” as the subject line, and include in the comments field what you appreciate most about Manchester Ink Link.
A winner will be selected at random, as soon as we hit the mark, from the entries received.
Thanks to all of you who are loyal followers, and those who just dropped by to read this particular thread. If you aren’t already a subscriber to our daily eNews, click here and sign up. We will be expanding the features of our newsletter this fall. You won’t want to miss it.
A special thank you to our “team” of seasoned journalists and supporters who contribute regularly: Susan Ware Flower, John Clayton, Mike Morin, Carolyn Choate, Loretta Brady, Margo Ann Sullivan, Lou D’Allesandro, Brian Chicoine, Brittany Frizzell, Irene Martin, and Milli Knudsen.
Also we couldn’t do it without the continued support of our dedicated and growing list of past and present advertisers: Intown Manchester, The Palace Theatre, Franklin Pierce University/Manchester, Adored, Glenn’s Appliance, Dulce’s Bakery, American Heart Association, Peaceful Strength Massage, Ideal Health, TravlBudi, Total Human Performance and TedXAmoskeag.
Viva la independent news revolution! The celebration here has only just begun.
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