Advertise in Augusta Free Press: The Magazine

AFPnew-1Augusta Free Press: The Magazine is in our final week to accept placements for our March/April 2015 issue. The full-color magazine offers news with an emphasis on business, news, politics, community, entertainment and more.

Placements for the March/April issue are due February 16. And if you reserve space and pay by February 16, we are offering a10% discount off our open rate.

 

Open Rates:
$250: Eighth Page
$450: Quarter Page
$800: Half Page
$1500: Full Page
$2000: Back Cover

The magazine is distributed for free in restaurants, coffee shops, libraries and other attractions in Waynesboro, Staunton, Harrisonburg, Charlottesville and Lexington, and points in between.

View magazine archives online at http://en.calameo.com/accounts/19253

We look forward to hearing from you regarding placement and/or story ideas for the March/April 2015 issue.

Sales Manager
Crystal Graham
(540) 949-6574
freepress@ntelos.net

Editor
Chris Graham
(540) 910-0434
augustafreepress2@gmail.com

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