Augusta Free Press debuts new e-news newsletter for Vector Industries

the compassAugusta Free Press has produced the debut edition of The Compass, the new quarterly newsletter for Vector Industries in Waynesboro, Virginia.

The first issue of The Compass featured a story highlighting Vector Industries’ work for Devils Backbone, a client based in Lexington, Virginia, along with stories on Vector’s employees of the month and the upcoming schedule of events related to the company’s 45th anniversary.

View the e-newsletter: Click here.

More information on Vector Industries is online at www.VectorIndustries.org.

Augusta Free Press is a full-service website design, graphic design, marketing, social media, and audio and video services company based in Waynesboro, Virginia.

More on AFP is online at www.AFPBusiness.com.

         
 

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