Duluth, GA (PRWEB) March 11, 2008
Tlehs Publishing™, Atlanta's leading publisher of directories, newsletters and websites for upscale subdivisions and communities, announced today that they are now producing the neighborhood newsletter, resident directory and community website for Triple Crown, an upscale residential community in northwest Fulton County.
"Maintaining clear communications between homeowners and their association is essential for the livelihood of every subdivision," explained Tom Melcher, President of Tlehs Publishing. "Our easy to use communications programs help ensure resident satisfaction as well as uphold real estate values."
Tlehs started by producing the Triple Crown neighborhood directory in 2007. The Triple Crown homeowners association was so pleased with the results that ultimately they contracted with Tlehs to produce their newsletter and website, too.
"This beats having somebody drive around the neighborhood and put newsletters in the box, having someone else print them and so forth," stated Norma Khayat, Public Relations and Technology Co-Chairperson for the Triple Crown Homeowners Association. "And the beauty of working with Tlehs is that they take care of all our advertising which pays for the end result."
"We're thrilled to add Triple Crown to our family of more than 100 communities and look forward to helping their board members find more time for friends and family," continued Melcher.
"Tlehs is one company that understands customer service," concluded Khayat.
About Triple Crown
Triple Crown is a highly valued and distinctive community of 120 homes located just north of Providence Road off of Birmingham Highway in the new city of Milton, Georgia. For more information, visit http://www.triplecrowncommunity.org.
About Tlehs Publishing
Tlehs Publishing provides newsletters, directories and websites for upscale subdivisions, schools, and faith and community organizations. Through an innovative partnership with their home owners associations, property management companies and leadership, Tlehs removes the burden of production from volunteers yet allows them to maintain the confidentiality of their resident or member information. Tlehs unique revenue-sharing model permits these communities to recoup the cost of their publications by accepting sponsor support from area businesses. Tlehs Publishing is owned by M&M Creative and has been serving Atlanta's most affluent communities since 1996. For additional information, visit http://www.tlehs.com.