Tyrone Yearbook Staff Coloring Their Way to Sold-Out

Senior Hilari Parsons’ advertisment

The Tyrone Eagle Yearbook staff got in touch with their childhood last week with a unique marketing idea to sell the last of the 2017 yearbooks.

The students they took to the sidewalk outside the Athletic Office entrance and created fun temporary sidewalk-chalk advertisements to highlight some new features of the 2017 yearbook.

It’s really cool and different from previous years

— Yearbook staffer Alexis Cowfer

The yearbook staff is extremely proud of this year’s book and want the students and members of the community to order before they sell out.

Some changes for the 2017 yearbook include a May delivery date, instead of the fall of next school year. The yearbook includes more story telling and many more student profiles than previous yearbooks. The newly designed book contains 196 pages, plus a 20 page supplement that will be delivered in the summer or early fall, which is almost 40 more pages of coverage than the 2016 book. The staff also did its best to be as inclusive as possible – this year 70% of the student body is in the yearbook at least three times.  Finally, thanks to a new contact with Jostens, the book is even $10 cheaper than last year.

“It’s really cool and different from previous years,” said yearbook staffer Alexis Cowfer.

With over 2000 photos, the pages are full of memories and fun times that the students, teachers, and staff made during the 2016-2017 school year.

There are currently less than 60 copies remaining, so the yearbook staff encourages those who have not yet ordered a book to do so soon, as they will likely sell out this year.

All orders are being processed online. To order, click HERE.