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Chamber Greet HWY 68 Loop Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Chamber Greet HWY 68 Loop Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Brad and Laurie Martin, publishers of the local Greet magazine are excited to announce the release of their 120th issue. What started as a local small distribution publication to the residents of Corral de Tierra, San Benancio, and the Robley road community expanded three-fold after five years in print. Currently the magazine is delivered to 5,000 households along the Hwy 68 corridor and River Road each month, and now includes the neighborhood communities of Toro Park, Pasadera, Boots Rd., Monterra, Bay Ridge, Laureles Grade, Las Palmas I & 2, Ranchito, Pine Canyon and more.  
“With the intention of creating a strong community through the sharing of resident stories and photos, Greet has become a part of the fabric that knits the community together,” Brad shares.  
“We love it when residents of the community refer to themselves as Loopers!” Laurie says, “it not only refers to the three road Loop, but it now refers to the readership.” 
With one name change, Greet HWY 68 Loop now incorporates a title which draws attention to the specific community and can be found anywhere in the country. The Martins are the original publishers of the franchise owned by the N2 Company and continue to make plans for the magazine for years to come.  They are a part of a network of over 40 Greet magazines, nationwide. 

Greet invites residents to get involved with the magazine monthly, as well as with their much anticipated issues such as the Annual Photo Contest, Graduation issue, Pet Photo Contest. They also host resident events such as the Annual Yard Saleand their upcoming 10 Year Anniversary Celebration at Monterey Zoo. In doing so, Greet HWY 68 Loop continues to work to bring residents together for fun, connection, and positive experiences in the community. 
Brad and Laurie are 25 year residents of Salinas and have one son, Mitchell. Brad and Laurie been members of the Salinas Valley Chamber of Commerce for 10 years, they also serve as Chamber Ambassadors for 2 yearsThey also publish a second magazine, Monterey County Real Producers, a social publication for the Monterey County Real Estate community.  
Active in the community, the Martins are in the early stages of creating a nonprofit for adults on the autism spectrum to live independently in an assisted living-styled community in the area. Brad is a member of Rotary International and Laurie serves on the board of IMPOWER, a local nonprofit. The family is also active in their church. 

 For businesses eager to market to the residents in this outstanding community, please contact Brad or Laurie Martin to review marketing opportunities. or

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