Introducing the new Grayson Local

Ah, Spring. That magical time when trees bud, flowers bloom, and a young man’s thoughts turn to revamping the design and content of his website.

As you can see, Grayson Local looks a little bit different than it did last week. That’s because we are different. After 18 months of operation, we’re happy to announce a new and improved Grayson Local for our readers.

In addition to a new logo and new overall look, Grayson Local will also make an adjustment in content. We’re adding new blogs, new featured articles, and new pages to help make Grayson Local your one-stop-shop for news, events and information. We’ve also added new writers, and will continue to look for unique voices from the community who can help us fulfill our mission.

And just what is that mission, you ask?

Simply put, our mission is to share and promote the best of Grayson’s past, present and future in order to create a greater community. We want to do our part to make sure that creativity, community, and kindness fuel the growth of our city. We want you to get familiar with the people, businesses, organizations and events that make Grayson great.

As always, our stories will be positive, informative and honest because there are so many good things to celebrate in Grayson. And we want to share them all with you.

We will continue to innovate how and what we do, and we hope you’ll let us hear from you when you like the changes.

For now, take a look around the new site and add us to your bookmarks. We want you to come back again and again for restaurant reviews, upcoming events, and anything else you might need to enjoy life in Grayson to the full.

Thanks for reading, and here’s a bigger, brighter future!

Best,

Jason Brooks
Owner/Editor
Grayson Local

Author: Jason

Jason Brooks is the owner and editor of Grayson Local. A resident of Grayson for over 14 years, he loves the Grayson community and the potential it holds. A former pastor, Jason now works as a freelance writer. He has written for The John Maxwell Company, North Point Ministries, The Ford Motor Company, Catalyst, and several regional magazines as well. You can follow Jason on Twitter (@JasonMuses).

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