Debut print edition of Lambton Shield is now available

Plans are underway for follow-up issues in next few weeks

Pictured at CR Creative Co. Ltd. offices are, from left, Matt Pasut, creative director, and J.D. Booth, editor and publisher, Lambton Shield. PHOTO: RICHARD BAIN.

Lambton Shield, first published between 1852 and 1854 by Alexander Mackenzie, and online since 2010, is now in print.

A decision was made earlier this year to add the print version as a strategic means of increasing awareness for the rebirth of Lambton Shield.

That “dream” became a reality earlier this month.

A total of 7,000 copies were printed and every business in Sarnia-Lambton received a copy. The debut print edition was also distributed at last Friday’s Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala, organized by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, and at a recent Sarnia Legionnaires home game.

Plans are underway for follow up editions. Readers who value a high-quality, reader-friendly publication will undoubtedly be waiting with open arms.

A digital version of the publication can be accessed below (click FULL SCREEN in the image for best results):

While it’s still “early days,” copies of Lambton Shield in print are available at the Chamber’s offices and at high-traffic areas around the area. If you would like to see copies of Lambton Shield in print at your location, please reach out—by email or phone (519) 466-2811.

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