If you own a business and are looking to reach a new market, listing in the Green and Yellow Pages is an opportunity to advertise—free of charge—to more than 30,000 alumni, parents, and friends, plus thousands of others who visit Skidmore's Web site on a regular basis.
Locating a reputable business or professional service isn't always easy, unless you can rely on a good tip from a friend or colleague. So why not do business with a name you know? The GYP is your guide to businesses and service providers who are Skidmore alumni and parents. All over the country and overseas, Skidmore alumni and parents own businesses -- from real estate brokers to dentists, architects, and wedding planners. Skidmore's online Green and Yellow Pages directory allows you to search by category of business and geographic location, to find a professional from the greater Skidmore community.
The Green and Yellow Pages were created in an effort to foster business between and among members of the greater Skidmore Community, including alumni, parents, current students, and members of the campus community. As you’ll see, businesses and service providers can be listed by state or by the category of service they provide.
Simply click on the "Business Guide" link on top left sidebar to begin your search! Help support Skidmore by supporting businesses and service providers who are Skidmore alumni and parents who also live in your area! It's quick, it's easy and you already have something in common…SKIDMORE! Let your fingers do the typing across the Green and Yellow Pages.
About the Green and Yellow Pages
How did the idea come about? Bill Ladd '83 and Vinny Catalano '83, former members of the Skidmore Alumni Board, were brainstorming ways for Skidmore Alumni to connect business to business and they thought why not create our own "Craigslist" type of site for members of the Skidmore Community and call it the Green and Yellow Pages!
Tell us what you think
The College is also considering offering classified and display advertising space in Scope Quarterly magazine, for a small fee, to businesses and service providers listed in the Green and Yellow Pages. We’d like your feedback on this idea; please e-mail your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.