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TIDBiTS is a family friendly little paper based primarily on trivia. Our content is light, informative and humorous. We want our readers to say:
"I didn't know that!"
A "tidbit" is defined as "a tasty morsel to be enjoyed before the meal," and that's what TIDBiTS is...a morsel for the mind... with games, puzzles and trivia
for all ages!
TIDBiTS is distributed from from Crestline all the way to Big Bear Lake in area restaurants and places where people wait. So...Bon Appetit!
High Mountain TIDBiTS ~ Entertainment Guide of the San Bernardino Mountains
Deirdre Design, LLC
PO Box 5842
Sugarloaf, CA 92386
TIDBiTS began in a small town in Montana in the late 1980's. Dave Steele saw the paper and fell in love with the concept. In 1993 he bought the rights to the name 'Tidbits' and began publishing the paper in Billings. When readers picked up the paper, they too fell in love with it and began asking how they could publish TIDBiTS in their home town. Soon Dave began selling publishing rights to other publishers, and over the years built a nationwide family of papers. In 2002, Tidbits Media, Inc., of Montgomery, Alabama was formed and purchased the business from Dave Steele.
Presently, there are over 150 TIDBiTS publishers throughout the United States and we are venturing into Canada! TIDBiTs papers are found in over 250 counties in 40 US states and 2 Canadian territories.
Owner/CFO/ Co- Editor
Deirdre Bailey Fadler
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Deirdre Design, LLC, parent company of High Mountain TIDBiTS, was formed in 2002. We started out as a seasonal gift basket and floral design company. We have sold our fine products on the internet and in local mountain retail consignment stores. We have always offered exceptional customer service and have a 100% satisfaction rating on the websites we sell. You can expect the same professionalism and excellent quality service with our new product line- High Mountain Tidbits.
Deirdre Design, LLC.
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