Inkslinger Gets a Makeover

The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA) always has news. And, for years there was an Association newsletter for that news called Inkslinger.

Some may have noticed that Inkslinger hasn’t been around for the past several months. It’s been on the changing table undergoing a big, bold revision. The new look is clear, hearty and compelling. Stories about the Byway Association and its projects in the community are brief enough for busy eyes, but inspiring enough to entice one to read more.

Kathy Moore of Moore Consulting is the clever mind behind the newsletter revision. “The PBSBA was looking for a style that snapped with the same enthusiasm that the group brings to the projects they do. It needed to tell the Byway stories, but also encourage support. The new Inkslinger is designed around that vision,” noted Kathy.

The initial mailing for the revamped Inkslinger is slated for early March. There will be a mix of both regular mail and email. Those who are now receiving the newsletter by regular mail, but prefer to receive a PDF version via email should contact Kathy directly with their name, address and email address info. Or you can download the Winter 2009 Issue of the Inkslinger here.

A copy of Inkslinger will also be provided to the libraries in Crosslake, Pequot Lakes and Pine River.

We invite you to explore our website and learn more about the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway.

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Published Date: 
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Published By: 
the Lake Country Echo