Graphic Publications, Inc. serves Holmes County and the surrounding area with a network of weekly and bi-weekly newspapers in six counties (Holmes, Wayne, Tuscarawas, Medina, Summit and Cuyahoga) with a circulation of more than 270,000 homes.
GPIs newspaper network has traditionally served smaller communities that need the kind of news and editorial coverage, and advertising saturation that dailynewspapers dont offer. Communities like Berea, Brecksville, Brunswick, Copley, Dover, Fairlawn, Hinckley, Hudson, Medina, Middleburg Heights, Millersburg, New Philadelphia, North Royalton, Richfield, Seville, Stow, and Wooster.
In addition to its network of free newspapers, GPI also publishes Ohios Amish Country Free Map & Visitors Guide, a free information guide for visitors to the region, as well as various local resource guides and other specialty publications and magazines.
Every month, Mimi Vanderhaven is mailed to over 212,000 homes and businesses in Clevelands growing, affluent southwest suburbs, Avon, Avon Lake, Berea, Middleburg Heights, Brunswick, Hinckley, Valley City, Husdon, Stow, Peninsula, Cuyahoga Falls, Medina, North Olmstead, Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township, North Royalton, Broadview Hts., Brecksville, Strongsville, Columbia Station, West Akron, Copley, Fairlawn, Bath, Richfield, Westlake and Bay Village.
|The Holmes edition of, The Bargain Hunter is carrier-delivered each Monday to every home in Holmes County and many of the surrounding communities. It is also available at free newsstands throughout the region. It has a weekly circulation of nearly 21,000 homes, and is the county's leading source of news regarding events and commerce.|
|The Tusarawas edition of The Bargain Hunter has a circulation of more than 26,000, delivered each Friday via saturation mail and rack locations throughout Tuscarawas County. It is printed with a broad sheet wrap over a Marketplace tab and is similar in content to the Holmes and Wayne editions.|
|The Wayne edition of The Bargain Hunter is saturation mailed each Monday to homes and is also available at newsstands to more than 17,000 in Wayne County. It is similar in nature and content to the Holmes edition.|