About The Vail Daily
40780 U.S. Highway 6 and 24, Avon, CO 81620
Vail, CO, 81658
Name and location
When was it founded and by whom?
Jim Pavelich, June 15, 1981
What the ownership has been?
Jim Pavelich started and owned the Vail Daily until Swift Newspapers purchased it on October 1, 1993.
When did it become part of Swift Newspapers?
October 1, 1993
Any history as to the frequency of publications?
Started as a five-day per week paper, printed on 8.5 by 14 inch, two-sided pages. It went to six days a week in 1989, and seven days per week in 1992.
Today’s publication schedule and circulation figures
Daily, 13,000 circulation
Number of full-time and part-time employees
The Vail Daily has about 25 employees who work exclusively for the newspaper. CMNM then shares approximately 60 employees who are headquartered in the Vail Daily building.
Total region served and anything of special interest about the area
We cover Eagle Valley, also known as the Vail Valley. It is home to some of the best ski resorts in North America, Beaver Creek and Vail.
Anything of special interest about the newspaper?
We are a free newspaper and have a tremendous number of daily advertisers. These businesses change their ads sometimes daily. We average 70 to 100 pages per day throughout the year. Between classified and display there are also a combined average of 1,000 ads per day in the Vail Daily.
About the Eagle Valley Enterprise
A weekly newspaper published on Thursdays, the Eagle Valley Enterprise features in-depth coverage of community issues, events, government, education, sports and entertainment for the western Eagle Valley. Its coverage area is geographically defined as Wolcott west to Dotsero, with emphasis on Eagle and Gypsum news and events. The Eagle Valley Enterprise’s circulation of 2,100 includes free and paid local and postal distribution.
A community newspaper that is representative of its rapidly growing communities, the Eagle Valley Enterprise is distinguished by timely local and regional features and opinions, historical news archives, legal notices and classifieds, with stories and content that is set apart by its award-winning Editor. The Enterprise staff collectively has more than 40 years of “downvalley” journalism experience, and more than 80 collective years of residency in the lower Eagle Valley. The Enterprise is known for its coverage of local history. The Eagle Valley Enterprise is a four-color tabloid size newspaper.
Eagle Valley Enterprise is located at:
200 Lindbergh Drive, Gypsum CO 81637
P.O. Box 450
Eagle, CO 81631
Phone Number: 970-328-6656