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Beginning today, is asking its readers to do something that few small news Web sites and even fewer big news Web sites have done. We’re asking you to become paid subscribers. To convince you, we’re going to appeal to your heart—and your wallet.

Here’s what we’re asking: $24 for a one-year subscription. That’s it. It amounts to $2 a month, or 6 cents a day. Less than one tank of gas or a month of Starbucks.

Here’s what you get in return: Amazing discounts at local, regional and national retailers and cash-back bonuses that you can pocket or donate to Verona non-profits, sports teams and organizations. These benefits are available to you whether you live in Verona now, or halfway around the world. Any Hillbilly anywhere can become a subscriber to

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Thanks to Verona resident Jack Smith, has partnered with, a well-established company that provides benefits to some of America’s largest companies. BeyondPerks has arranged discounts with some of the Verona businesses you frequent most, like O’Neil’s Pub and Lakeside Deli, as well as major nationwide companies in categories from accessories and appliances to sports and travel. Names like Best Buy, Target and, yes, Starbucks. You’ll be able to save big when you shop in person and online, and you’ll be able to take your benefits with you when you travel on vacation. The discounts are there when you need them, every day. No need to form a group to get your coupon.

But BeyondPerks has a feature that should make any Verona parent who has ever had to participate in a fundraiser smile. Many of its participating businesses offer cash back savings, and will make it possible for you to easily donate these savings to our SCAs, sports teams and more. More than 1,000 brand name businesses participate in BeyondPerks, offering cash back incentives of up to 30%.

Here’s a sampling of some BeyondPerks deals:
Best Buy: 4.80% cash back, 5% -15% Off Select HDTVs, plus free shipping
Kmart: 3.20% cash back, Extra 5-10% off + Free Shipping on $60+ order
Kodak Gallery: 20% cash back, Valentine Photo Gifts under $20
LEGO: 2.4% cash back
Macy’s: 3.20% cash back, Super Weekend Sale & Clearance
Marriott: Up to 5.6% cash back
Peapod: $8 cash back
Sears: up to 5.60% cash back, Online Only Extra $20 off $200 order + Free Shipping
Six Flags: 4% cash back
Weight Watchers: $8 cash back

We think $24 for all this–and more–is a pretty good bargain. Become a founding subscriber of today by clicking here. And know that will never, ever, ever sell or rent our subscriber list. You are our friends, neighbors, fellow parents and classmates, and we value those relationships deeply.

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Virginia Citrano
Virginia Citrano
Virginia Citrano grew up in Verona. She moved away to write and edit for The Wall Street Journal’s European edition, Institutional Investor, Crain’s New York Business and Since returning to Verona, she has volunteered for school, civic and religious groups, served nine years on the Verona Environmental Commission and is now part of Sustainable Verona. She co-founded MyVeronaNJ in 2009. You can reach Virginia at [email protected]


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