Advertise in the Y Magazine: January 2015 issue

y magazineThe Waynesboro YMCA is set to release the next issue of the Y Magazine in January, and there is still time to include your ad!

Contact us today to reserve space in one of the area’s only full-color glossy magazines (distributed primarily to fitness-minded individuals) in Fishersville, Waynesboro, Stuarts Draft and surrounding areas!

 

Winter 2015 Issue

Distribution scheduled for mid- to late December
January 2015 — Winter Issue
Placements due Monday, Dec. 1, 2015
Final copy due Monday, Dec. 1, 2015

Open Rates – 2015 – Per Run

$125.00  Eighth Page
$200.00  Quarter Page
$350.00  Half Page
$600.00  Full Page

 

Next issue alert!

May 2015 — Summer Issue
Placements due March 25, 2015
Distribution on April 20, 2015      

The Waynesboro YMCA has partnered with Augusta Free Press to secure advertising for their full-color print magazine. The magazine features articles on fitness as well as a complete programming guide for the center.

The magazine is distributed by mail and/or for pickup at the facility to Waynesboro Y members and guests. Copies are also distributed throughout the community in tabletop display racks.

Free design assistance for your ad is available by Augusta Free Press.

Contact us today at freepress@ntelos.net to reserve your space!



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