Sun-Bonanza parent company to print Reno Gazette-Journal
CARSON CITY, Nev. — Swift Communications — the parent company of the North Lake Tahoe Bonanza, Sierra Sun and Tahoe Magazine — announced Wednesday that beginning May 2, the Reno Gazette-Journal will be printed by the Carson City-based PressWorks, Ink.
PressWorks, Ink — operated by Swift — will add the Reno Gazette-Journal’s print and packaging services to its extensive commercial print customer-base in Northern Nevada and California.
“We are pleased to be printing the Reno Gazette-Journal and look forward to a long-term print partnership with them,” said Chris Johnston, general manager of PressWorks, Ink. “This addition helps PWI fully utilize our state of the art print facility and adds jobs to the local economy.”
PressWorks, Ink., and Swift Communications are based out of 580 Mallory Way in Carson City, where the Nevada Appeal also is produced and printed, among other several regional newspapers.
Visit www.swiftcom.com to learn more about Swift Communications.
“The decision was made to create operational efficiencies, and as a result of Carson City’s newer equipment, color capabilities will increase, giving advertisers more options,” Ryan Kedzierski, Gazette-Journal president, said in a prepared statement, according to a Wednesday story from the Reno company.
In related news, Kedzierski also announced Wednesday that the RGJ is placing its building for sale, located at 955 Kuenzli St.
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