I’m Chris, Publisher and your friend in sharing the positive and good things in our community.
I’ve been printing Serve Daily for more than seven years now, and how the time has flown by.
It has been amazing to meet so many people in the community, share their stories, and make a positive impact in South Utah County and surrounding areas,
Moving into 2020 (haha the year of perfect vision), I am ever excited to continue serving the community. Let me take you on a short journey through the years of Serve Daily by sharing with you the subtitles on the cover of the paper.
June 2012: The Project with a Purpose
August 2013: A Newspaper Serving Southern UTAH County
November 2013: The Voice of your Community
February 2014: Your Voice. Your Community.
November 2015: Your Voice. Your Community. Your Newspaper.
May 2016: South Utah Country’s
Source for Information & Inspiration June 2017: Your Source for Information & Inspiration
Serve Daily is still a project with a purpose. It was started to promote local business and positive happenings in your community. It continues to serve south Utah County and additional areas and is a value resource for information and inspiration.
You may have noticed on the cover of this issue that “Your Source for Information & Inspiration” has been replaced with “Your Community Voice”. Serve Daily is here to provide you an avenue to share your message with our tens of thousands of readers in print and online. We distribute papers at more than 150 locations and growing, as well as post the articles online at servedaily.com and social media.
Share your voice with the community by heading over to servedaily.com/submit to submit content about the good things going on in the community.
We want to share your stories about athletes making progress, neighbor- hood news, achievements in education, business spotlights, family spotlights. etc. Soon we plan to start a pets section and a tributes section. Since Serve Daily
is a monthly paper and can’t provide a timely resource for obituaries, it seems right to provide a free alternative for submitting tributes for those who have passed.Watch for the upcoming column by me for information on the Serve Daily Cards that invite people to Remember to Serve Daily and to do an act of kindness for someone as they pass the card forward.
Until next time find someone to Serve Daily. (Baird is the publisher of Serve Daily.)