Tlehs Adds Eight More Subdivisions to Directory Publishing Program

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Neighborhoods across Atlanta are taking advantage of the innovative program for offsetting the cost of publishing a resident directory by allowing the publisher to sell advertising to businesses in their community.

Tlehs Publishing™, Atlanta's leading publisher of directories, newsletters and websites for upscale subdivisions and communities, announced today that they will begin producing neighborhood publications for eight more upscale neighborhoods across Gwinnett, Hall, Fulton and Forsyth counties.

Neighborhood directories for Chartwell in Alpharetta, Shakerag Farms in Suwanee, Horseshoe Bend in Roswell and Lanier Springs in Buford are scheduled to be published in October. Directories for Chestatee in Dawsonville and Coventry in Cumming will be delivered to their residents in November. Residents of Carriage Gates/Rogers Mill, two communities in Duluth, are scheduled to receive their first directory from Tlehs in early 2009.

Residents of Champions View in Alpharetta, who are already part of the directory program, will begin receiving their newsletter from Tlehs in July.

Tlehs is accepting advertising from sponsors beginning immediately.

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 more than 100 of Atlanta's most affluent communities since 1995. For additional information, visit


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