November 09, 2003

QwestDex announced that its first bilingual Yellow Pages for the Denver metropolitan area is now in distribution to more than 2.2 million residents and businesses along with the company’s popular White Pages.

QwestDex also announced that its new 2004 Denver Metro Yellow Pages has been split into two volumes – A-L and M-Z – allowing the company to continue adding new features and accommodate future growth. Each volume of the new split format directory will weigh less and be easier to use for many individuals than the prior single-volume Yellow Pages.

"We are tremendously excited about the introduction of our bilingual directory in Denver to meet the needs of the local Hispanic community" said Maggie Le Beau, senior vice president at Dex Media. "As the Hispanic population in our region continues to grow, we want to provide a directory that meets the needs of this important group of consumers and helps the businesses that want to reach them."

"QwestDex recognizes the influence and impact of the Hispanic community in the Denver metropolitan area and throughout the state," said Sal Gomez, chairman of the board of the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. "The QwestDex Spanish Yellow Pages will provide a valuable service to the Spanish-speaking public here in the Denver area."

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