Naples Daily News special 2-year subscription offer for 2/22/22 – Naples Daily News

Happy 2/22/22 Day! 
We’ve already had Ground Hog Day and the Super Bowl and all sorts of Golf Medals won by Team USA athletes at the Winter Olympics this month.
On this day 22nd day of the second month of the year 2022, let’s celebrate journalism in Southwest Florida! Award-winning journalism. Causing change journalism. Government watchdog journalism. Amazing photography and video journalism. And storytelling that will make you laugh, cry and wonder journalism.
SPECIAL OFFER: Find out about today’s one-time only option to subscribe
Yes. We are journalists. Reporters, photographers, digital producers, data specialists and editors. Combined, the Naples Daily News and The News-Press in Fort Myers make up the premier media company in Southwest Florida.
No one does it better.
Today we’d like you to know that even though we have been around a long time — 1884 for The News-Press and 1923 for the Naples Daily News — we aren’t going anywhere. In fact, more than ever we are “all in” when it comes to covering the people, the places and all of the important issues in Southwest Florida.
But we do need your help to maintain the strong presence we have on our multiple platforms. Today is an opportunity for you to do that by taking advantage of a one-time special offer of two years of unlimited access to all of our digital content for only $22!
And to help you with your decision-making, we have asked our talented journalists to give you 22 reasons why you should invest in us and support everything we do to cover SWFL the way it should be.
1. Superb investigative and watchdog stories such as the ones about Hector Manley’s abuse of school children and the Collier deputy manager double dipping as a lobbyist. You can thank dedicated reporters Kate Cimini and Rachel Heimann Mercader for those journalism gems.
2. Our features team of Harriet Howard Heithaus, Charles Runnells and Dave Osborn help you make the most of your weekends with our super events guides and Top-5 Things to Do.
FEBRUARY CALENDAR:100-plus things to do in Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero
3. Video. Video. Video. Like this very educational video by environment reporter Chad Gillis that identifies the 5 deadliest critters in Florida!
WATCH: The five most deadliest critters in Florida
4. We keep you “In the Know” with reporter Phil Fernandez and his growth and development reporting. Phil is plugged into all of the growth and development taking place in Southwest Florida. Real estate. New businesses. From Cape Coral to Marco Island, if dirt is being moved, Phil is finding out why and who and when for his very popular column. In his latest post, Phil alerts us about the latest supply chain woes and that a rotisserie chicken shortage could be coming at your local grocery store. 
5. Southwest Florida’s breaking news reporters add perspective to your world. Breaking news happens multiple times a day. Our Live News team hustles to get it on our web site and then follows up to provide more details, voices and context.
READ:Alleged fraud by Naples property management company causing financial issues for communities
6. We report to you all the latest on the housing market, from mansions to affordable housing. Senior business reporter Laura Layden has become our expert and is always on the lookout for transactions involving some of the most expensive homes in the country.
7. Push alerts keep you informed as news happens. One way to access our digital content if you are a subscriber is through our news app. You can sign up for breaking news notifications and find out what is happening on your phone. This includes weather (hurricanes), traffic on I-75 and even high school sports headlines.
These next three reasons to get a digital subscription will likely make you want to find a fork and spoon and dig into the food at one of so many amazing restaurants we have here in Southwest Florida! Our food writers Annabelle Tometich and Diana Biederman are the perfect guides to the food and dining scene. For example: Feb. 22 is National Margarita Day and we tell you where to celebrate!
8. Our restaurant reviews are awesome. Once a week you can read about a Lee County restaurant or a Collier County restaurant and all it has to offer (or not offer). 
REVIEW:Naples restaurants: Simit Fresh Mediterranean conjures memories of Macedonia, Turkey
9. Restaurant news rocks. Week in and week out there’s always something to report when it comes to local restaurants. New chefs. New hours. New cuisine You name it. Our food writers fill up their notebooks fast!
READ ALL ABOUT IT:Restaurant news: Food truck closing, new BBQ joint opens in Fort Myers
10. Restaurant inspections are newsworthy! Luckily most of our restaurants get a thumbs up from the health inspectors, but there are a few places that occasionally are red-flagged and asked to clean up their acts.
Latest inspections: Nine Collier restaurants ace reports; Golden Gate spot temporarily closed
Our High School Sports coverage is second to none in Southwest Florida and the Naples Daily News and The News-Press are the only places you can get top-notch coverage of boys and girls athletics in the fall, winter, spring and off-season.
11. Every fall, high school football takes center stage and our prep reporters and photographers/video specialists provide award-winning coverage from the opening kick-off in August to the final touchdown in November. We provide analysis, rankings, players to watch, recruiting news and more.
ANALYSIS:Southwest Florida preseason baseball Top 10 rankings. Who are the teams to watch?
12. Athlete of the Week is a wildly popular fixture on and Athletes, coach, parents and friends can vote for their favorite athlete from week to week during the season.
13. Our All Area teams, or all-stars, are the cherry on top of this Ice Cream Sunday of sports coverage. Every season the top athletes in their sports are spotlighted on the web site and in the pages of the newspaper. At the end of the year everyone comes together for the annual All Area extravaganza.
Someone once said that a picture is worth a thousand words, so with that said, we will let these photos do the talking for why you should get a digital subscription
14. Birds in our paradise like these:
15. Other animals like the ones with all of those teeth!
16. And of course, spectacular sunsets.
17. Universal e-edition access (meaning digital subscribers can access any e-Edition in our network like in Wisconsin or Texas or New York and Massachusetts to name a few) is now live on desktop, mobile and native apps.
18. Agree or disagree, our opinion pages offer your neighbors’ diverse views. If you want to let us know what you are thinking, please submit a letter to the editor.
19. Tireless reporting during the pandemic by our health reporters Liz Freeman and Frank Gluck, and too many other reporters to name.
20. Extraordinary storytelling by veteran journalists like Janine Zeitlin and Amy Williams.
ZEITLIN:‘We had to work twice as hard’: How the pandemic magnified inequities for Florida’s migrant students
WILLIAMS:Census shows threat to wildlife, water as millions of newcomers feed development
21. Coverage of one of the fastest growing cities in the United State — Cape Coral. Reporter Luis Zambrano has been on the beat since last year and covering a wide variety of topics from garbage pick-up to road work frustrations in the community.
22. Lastly, we ask you this question: how can you afford not “2” take advantage of this offer? Two years! That’s 730 days of unlimited digital access to our content for $22 dollars. Happy 2/22/22 Day!


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