Proud Sponsor’s of Today’s Northumberland and Beyond

In Editor Choice, Local, News

We at Today’s Northumberland and Beyond are extremely appreciative of two local businesses who have helped us immensely.
Wayne and Dale Symons from Symons Auto Sales in Cobourg and Mark White from Reflection Glass and Accessories in Port Hope have sponsored our car.
You’ll see the car at various locations and news events throughout Northumberland County.
Today’s Northumberland appreciates the trust and faith of both businesses.
Both locally owned, and Today’s Northumberland is proud to be associated with them and their top notch work!
It’s this type of support that gives us the confidence to go forward knowing it’s what the community wants, and frankly deserves.
Going forward, we want you to tell us what you would like to see.
The stories, the photos, the events. We can’t operate without you and your help.
One of the things we need to sustain TN is advertisers.
We’ve had a number of businesses come forward recently, but until we were ready, we didn’t want to take anything on. We have the highest standard at Today’s Northumberland. We expect a lot of ourselves and we want to serve you the best way we can.
Today’s Northumberland and Beyond. Doing our best to serve you Northumberland Couunty, and beyond.

In the photo Founder/Editor In Chief Pete Fisher, Dale Symons, Founder/Business Development Manager Steve White and his daughter Sarah.


In the photo owner of Reflections Glass & Accessories Mark White and designer Rob Lowry

Pete Fisher
Author: Pete Fisher

Has been a photojournalist for over 30-years and have been honoured to win numerous awards for photography and writing over the years. Best selling author for the book Highway of Heroes - True Patriot Love

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