Thursday, September 18, 2014
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Holiday Greetings

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November 20, 2012 |

Holiday Greetings!

We're excited to offer our readers two ways to publish and share your thoughts and feelings this holiday season in the Davis Enterprise newspaper! Please follow the directions below to share your baby's first Christmas or spread the holiday cheer.

If you have any questions or are in need of assistance, please contact Megan at the Davis Enterprise: 530-747-8087 or mbrown@davisenterprise.net.

IMPORTANT: Deadline for submission is December 14th at 5 p.m.
  • Share your baby's first Christmas - $20

    Appears in Davis Enterprise newspaper on December 25th -- Fill out the information below to share your baby's first Christmas with the Davis community!
  • ex. "Love Mom & Dad!"
  • Share your Holiday greetings! - $20

    Appears in Davis Enterprise newspaper on December 21st -- Fill out the information below to share your holiday cheer with the Davis community. Please read carefully as there are two available options.
  • JPEG, PNG, or GIF file format only.
  • ex. "Happy holidays from Jared, Christian & the Family!"
  • ex. "Merry Christmas Grandma & Grandpa! We love you so much and can't wait to spend Christmas with you! - Love, Gracie & Tommy"
  • Payment Information

    Cash or Check needs to be delivered to the Davis Enterprise office at:

    Davis Enterprise
    315 G Street
    Davis, CA 95616
  • ex. (###)###-####

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