Moneysaver has been published continuously since January 18, 1973. The free want ad newspaper was first distributed on rack stands in high traffic areas in Lewiston, Idaho and Clarkston, Washington. In 1977, Moneysaver began building a private carrier system to deliver the paper in urban areas. Today, we print 30,000 papers each week with home delivery and rack stands in Lewiston and Clarkston. All other paper locations are businesses or rack stands.
Counties served: Benewah, Clearwater, Idaho, Kootenai, Latah, Lewis and Nez Perce in Idaho: Asotin, Garfield, Spokane, and Whitman in Washington.
In the fall of 1973, Moneysaver was asked to run the newly formed Multiple Listing Service in the valley. The task was to photo copy listings for distribution to real estate offices. It didn’t take long for the printing operation to grow so in 1975 an AM Total Copy system was purchased and the business name was change to Moneysaver Print Shop. Since 1975 more presses and bindery equipment were added and then discarded as technology evolved. Today, Print Shop has leading edge digital presses including a wide format printer for posters and vinyl banners. With our equipment and staff of graphic designers, we can design and print any job.
In July of 2005 Moneysaver Print Shop was purchased by Eagle Newspapers Inc., / Eagle Media Northwest (hereafter, ENI) located in Salem, Oregon.
In business for over 47 years, we remain a trusted source to bring buyers and sellers together.
Moneysaver is a founding member of the Pacific Northwest Association of Want Ad newspapers (PNAWAN). Memberships are maintained in PNAWAN, Association of Free Community Papers, Lewis Clark Chamber of Commerce, and Lewis Clark Association of Realtors.
626 Thain Road
Lewiston, ID 83501
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday 8am -5pm
Friday 8am- 3pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Pick up locations for the Moneysaver
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