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How to Contact The Arizona Republic Customer Support/Phone Number?
Main switchboard: 602-444-8000, 800-331-9303 toll free
Outside: 602-444-1000, 800-332-6733 in-state toll-free
Online Customer Service: (602) 444-8400
Classified Advertising: (800) 352-5095 (in-state toll-free),
(800) 699-0732 (out of state toll-free), (602) 444-4444
Online Advertising: (602) 444-8317
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200 East Van Buren
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
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Head Office: 200 East Van Buren Street; Phoenix, Arizona 85004; United States
The Arizona Republic is an American daily newspaper published in Phoenix. Circulated throughout Arizona, it is the state’s largest newspaper. Since 2000, it has been owned by the Gannett newspaper chain.
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I wrote recently complaining that you cancelled without notice the t.v. guide . You replied you could not I.d. me. My name is Patricia Neil in mesa az. and you withdraw every month from my account. I’m at 6601 e Bambi Dr. My complaint today is you put a brief blip about shows in the evening. Well you can’t even get that right. Today you list Bull at 10.00. It’s at 9:00. T.v, is not the most important thing you report,I realize,but you are a news agency,what you report should be accurate. Who isn’t doing there job!
What a joke on the front page of the Arizona Republic, date of 1-1-23. Your “editorial board” named Brittney Griner as the “Arizonan of the Year”. Their reason was because no other Arizonan captured the public eye as much as she did. What about Kyrsten Sinema, senator from Arizona. She does what she thinks her voters want. Instead, you vote for a person who covers all of your concerns? She covers race, sexual orientation, millionaire, fame(?), and illegal activity!!
Congratulations for showing what your editorial board shows as important