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THE FORT BLISS BUGLE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
1. The Fort Bliss Bugle is
, weekly publication geared to the military.
2. 13,000 issues published every Thursday ... with more than 127,000 readers (both on and
off post) representing active military, young retirees, veterans, government employees and
their families. Also, the entire paper is on the internet.
3. The Fort Bliss Bugle is the
authorized newspaper on post, the only newspaper that
saturates the military market in El Paso and Fort Bliss.
4. The Fort Bliss Bugle is also mailed (with relocation orders) to incoming military to acquant
them with El Paso and Fort Bliss.
5. The Fort Bliss Bugle is like a military trade publication, a
read ... and
read cover to
by the Soldier and their spouse. Commanders ask their young Soldiers to read the
6. With all the new companies coming to El Paso because of BRAC the readership will grow.
in El Paso
2. More than 1,000 new military personnel (plus families) are relocated to El Paso every month
with an average three to five year stay.
3. More than $76 million is paid in salaries every month to the military and civilian employees
with an economic impact to El Paso of $1.7 billion annually.
4. Have above average income for El Paso. Because of many benefits they recieve, the military
and theur families have a great deal of disposable income.
5. Most of the officers and trainers stay in El Paso for at least four years. They buy homes, furni-
ture, appliances, automobiles, etc.
6. There are 85,649 can registered at Fort Bliss . The military and theur families are very mo-
bile and live all over the city ... approximateley 22,000 live off post.
7. German Airforce personnel and their families, as well as military personnel from 103 other
countries, come to Fort Bliss for training. They are interested in touring the Southwest and
buying articles they do not have in their countries.
8. New troops are arriving from Germany and Korea with families. We expect many more at
Fort Bliss ... combat brigade, artillery, aviation and other support units for the 1st Armored
adding up to 30,000 more troops and civilians.
7717 Lockheed, Ste. A • El Paso, Texas 79925
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“Serving Fort Bliss and the El Paso community for more than 33 years”