SIX NATIONS – For those trying to find the Two Row Times offices this week, we have moved and are now located at 50 Generations Drive at the Oneida Business Park at 4th Line and Highway Six. The team is no longer sharing space with Andy Garlow at Garlow Print and Copy on Mohawk Road. “It’s
SIX NATIONS – For those trying to find the Two Row Times offices this week, we have moved and are now located at 50 Generations Drive at the Oneida Business Park at 4th Line and Highway Six.
The team is no longer sharing space with Andy Garlow at Garlow Print and Copy on Mohawk Road.
“It’s nice to not have to share my dad’s house anymore and get out on our own,” says TRT Publisher Jon Garlow. “He’s been great but I think he wanted his house back.”
Two Row Times has been operating out of the Garlow house since November of 2014. The original temporary production facility was located at a farm on River Road, just off of the territory, while the business office was with the Garlow Print and Copy office at the Mohawk Rd. location.
“We began there with hopes of moving the entire operation together on the rez,” says Garlow.
Jonathan’s dad (Andy Garlow) offered to share his house with TRT until it could get out on its own.
“When we saw the opportunity of moving into the Oneida Park Business Park we took it and moved last week setting up shop at our new offices,” says Garlow.
The new Two Tow Times office can be found at the rear of the Oneida Park complex, off Generations Drive. Signage is on its way to help direct people to the new location at the rear of the complex.
“We’ve got so much more room now,” says Garlow. “It think it’s going to be a much better work environment with people not tripping over each other, and will help us serve our customers and readers better.”
The TRT has also added a new sales person in Caledonia’s Rachel Binek, who will concentrate on off-reserve sales and marketing.
“We want to thank our advertisers and our tens of thousands of readers every week who have helped us lay down our roots throughout the past four years to become Ontario’s largest native owned newspaper in terms of circulation,” says Garlow.
The Two Row Times goes free to every reserve in Ontario once a month and to the Six Nations, New Credit, Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk regions every week with more than 300 outlets at grocery stores, businesses and convenience stores, plus 74 schools in the Grand Erie School District.
“The schools like it because we publish a lot of history and culturally relevant stories, along with our weekly news and sports,” Garlow says. “And we appeal to a younger reader with articles on gaming and social media.”
There will be an official opening of the new facility later this spring, but for now, they will be continuing to set up and complete renovations.