Valley's best business resource now available

By - Last modified: December 28, 2012 at 8:54 AM

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One of the best tools for job seekers on the hunt or for companies looking to sell their services to another company is on the market after a year-long creation process.

It’s the annual Lehigh Valley Business Book of Lists – and it can be yours for free with a paid subscription to the Valley’s only all-business publication.

“This information is invaluable for anyone doing business in the region,” said John McGran, editor of Lehigh Valley Business.

“Looking for a phone number or address? You’ll find it right here. You’ll also have quick access to companies doing business in all sectors – everything from architecture to website design.”

The 2013 Book of Lists was sent to all subscribers to Lehigh Valley Business this past Monday. Individual copies are available at the Lehigh Valley Business office, 65 E. Elizabeth Ave, Suite 700, Bethlehem.

You have the choice of paying $36 for a copy or you can get one free with your paid subscription to the new and improved Lehigh Valley Business weekly print publication.

A one-year subscription runs $56. The per-issue cost drops if you pay $89 for a two-year subscription or $119 for a three-year subscription.

Whatever path you choose, you’ll be rewarded with your very own info-packed copy of the 2013 Book of Lists.

“Inside you’ll find hundreds and hundreds of companies in dozens of fields,” said Troy Bausinger, publisher of Lehigh Valley Business.

“Every company or individual listed took the time to complete the necessary forms because they know the Book of Lists will put them in front of more than 20,000 Lehigh Valley Business decision makers. That’s a lot of prospects.”

Phone (610) 807-9619 for more information.

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