For over twenty years, the Co-op has published a monthly newsletter full of information on local and organic food, healthy eating, Co-op membership, board activity, agriculture, the environment, sustainability, farming, gardening, community, and more. The Co-op Connection is the best way to learn about the diversity of ways in which the Co-op serves both its membership and its community. Find it at every register, or here online.
Co-op Connection Advertising
Why Advertise?Connect with small and local business people who share similar values and philosophy. By advertising your business in the Co-op Connection, you reach 5,000 readers in print, and another 5,000 electronically each month.
Listing your business in your Co-op’s newsletter also says you support a community-based, local economy.
Advertise often & save!Our rates have changed! Commit to an ad in 10 consecutive issues, and get a 10% discount. Commit to an ad in 3 or more consecutive issues, get a 5% discount.
|Full page (vertical) 10″ x 15 3/4″||
|Half page (horizontal) 10″ x 7 3/4″||
|5 7/8″ (3 column) x 7 3/4″||
|3 7/8″ (2 column) x 7 3/4″||
|3 7/8″ (2 column) x 5″||
|3 7/8″ (2 column) x 3 3/4″||
|3 7/8″ (2 column) x 2″||
|1 7/8″ (1 column) x 3 3/4″||$35.00|
Ad prices are based on advertisers submitting a print ready ad.
If you need an ad designed for your business, we suggest you contact the graphic designer of your choice.
Ads must be submitted as a black and white TIF files set to 300dpi, sized to the dimensions listed above. Please see How to Advertise below to submit your ad.
Please confirm your ad no later than the 10th of the month preceding the month when you’d like it to run. For example, if you’d like to advertise in May, please submit your ad by April 10.
Thanks for supporting your Co-op and the Co-op Connection!
How to advertise. (Rates, sizes, deadlines.)
Contact JR Riegel at 505-217-2016, Robin at 505-217-2027 or toll-free 877-775-COOP (2667), or email email@example.com for quotes and to reserve a spot.
Ads must be submitted as .TIF files set to 300dpi, sized to the dimensions listed above.
Thanks for supporting your co-op and the Co-op Connection! Please confirm your ad no later than the 10th of the month preceding the month when you’d like it to run, and submit your ad no later than the 15th of the month preceding the month when you’d like it to run.
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