Returns to Texas with New Local Content Apartment Newsletters

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Changes in the apartment newsletter industry lead Texas property managers to

Due to a recent influx of apartment newsletter customers from former competitors Metropolitan Press and Apartment News of America, has decided to return to Texas.

"We have always had clients in Texas, but we never really tried to expand our presence in Texas," said David Veghte, President of "When Metropolitan and Apartment News of America closed their doors, however, many of their subscribers reached out to us, so we've decided the time is right to return to Texas." is kicking off its return to Texas by unveiling new local content newsletters in Houston, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Austin and San Antonio.'s local content newsletters combine property-specific events with community news and local area events. "Our local content newsletters are very popular because they help property managers build the all-important 'sense of community' that everyone is talking about in the industry," says Veghte. is based in Tampa, Florida, but its products, including its apartment newsletter programs, are used by thousands of property managers across the United States. This includes many property managers in Texas. has served the multi-housing industry for more than twelve years. Founded in 1996 as an apartment newsletter company, has developed into a single-source provider of printed resident communication and marketing products.'s product line, which can be seen at, includes several apartment newsletter programs and numerous printed property management products including welcome kits, business cards and stationery, direct mail postcards, door-hangers, full-color flyers, floor plan brochures, site maps and more.


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