Sponsor of the Week: The Telegram

July 6, 2010

The 2010 Wreckhouse International Jazz & Blues Festival would not be possible without the support of our corporate and media sponsors. To show our appreciation for their support, Wreckhouse Jazz & Blues (WJB) will be showcasing a different sponsor each week. This week’s sponsor of the week is The Telegram.

First published on April 3, 1879 and originally called The Evening Telegram, The Telegram is Newfoundland and Labrador’s oldest and largest daily newspaper. The Telegram has endeavored to provide fair and reliable reporting of the news and events that have shaped the history of the province. That tradition of commitment to the community still continues as their expert staff works even harder to meet and exceed the expectations of our readers and our advertisers by delivering the highest standard of service.

The Telegram offers readers a comprehensive package of news and information, six days a week. It is proud of its heritage, but continues to change and invest heavily in the future. The Telegram is aggressively pushing itself on all fronts to ensure its position as the outstanding media source of news, information, entertainment and advertising material, whether as ink on paper or online.

There is a perfect fit between the Telegram and the 2010 Wreckhouse International Jazz & Blues Festival. Both organizations share a commitment to the community in which they operate, and the Telegram’s generosity in providing advertising space and coverage of WJB artists and events. This year, the Telegram will be presenting one of the Festival’s marquee events – Matt Andersen with Rowdy Blues – at the Majestic Theatre on Friday, July 16th. Check it out!

WJB would like to acknowledge and express gratitude for the contributions of The Telegram, the Sponsor of the Week!

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