The Jewish Press, America’s largest independent Jewish weekly newspaper, will publish its pre-Passover holiday’s “Where to Go” guide in its March 30, 2012 edition. More than 96,000 copies will be distributed nationally, including to the 85,000 Jewish families who live in the New York metro area. By advertising your business in this special edition, you can reach the families of 150,000 Jewish youngsters (grades K-12) from more than 200 Yeshiva Day Schools who will be looking for fun and entertainment during their vacation time. By advertising in this guide, your ad can reach an interested audience during a time when other attendance may be running low.
More than 150,000 Jewish youngsters from over 200 Yeshiva Day Schools in the New York Metro Area will be off from school over the upcoming Jewish holiday of Succoth. These children will also be off during the “intermediate” days of Oct. 16th through 19th, as well as Sunday, Oct. 23rd. While all of the public, private and parochial schools are still in full session, these children and their families will be seeking fun and entertainment during their vacation time. Advertisers can take advantage of this special opportunity and advertise in the pre-Succoth Holiday “Where-to-Go Guide.” This guide will be published in the Oct. 7th edition of The Jewish Press, which is read by more than 96,000 Jewish families who buy and read the newspaper every week. By advertising in this guide, your ad can reach an interested audience during a time when other attendance may be running low.
The ad deadline is next Tuesday, Sept. 27th so please contact us as soon as possible at (631) 207-1057 or at firstname.lastname@example.org if your company is interested in placing an advertisement.
The July 2011 issue of The Hauppauge Reporter will be featuring a Staycation focus. This summer more than 60% of people are changing their vacation habits – driving instead of flying, staying with friends and relatives instead of hotels and many people are simply not traveling at all. Help these “staycationers” find your facility, restaurant or spa and spend their leisure time right here on Long Island. In addition to your ad, you are encouraged to submit a 300 word educational article in your area of expertise to run with the section at no additional cost.
Ad reservation and material due date is Thursday, June 30, 2011. Please contact us at (631) 207-1057 if your company is interested in placing an ad.
PRMG just learned about this brand-new publication coming out next spring.
Geared toward tourists and travelers, the Long Island Souvenir will serve as a high-end resource guide to Long Island visitors, staying at Suffolk hotels. The Souvenir is in the process of obtaining contracts from hotels and bed & breakfasts across the county that will allow their guide to be placed in every room in these establishments. Vacationers are ready and willing to spend money, even in tough times. The Souvenir will provide original content about local towns and points of interest, as well as ads and reviews for advertisers.
We recommend this publication to restaurants, family attractions and destinations, and even retail establishments looking to appeal to travelers. Please contact PRMG for more information.