Laughter is the best medicine for YOUR business!
In these tough times, Punchline thinks folks need a good chuckle, so we’ve come up with an entertainment magazine geared towards humor, comics and stuff to do, all the cool stuff newspapers have slowly cut out to save a few bucks!
So with a fun magazine geared towards people in the backyard of your business, you have the opportunity to grow your customers… through their funny bones.
Plus, our advertising rates are as low as one-third of the competition!
Sure surprised us when we found out. We just set prices we figured everyone could afford. Works for us. We’re having the time of our lives! Anyone can afford to advertise in Punchline.
Do it before we get smart and raise our rates.
EDITOR: Rob Tornoe
CIRCULATION: Approx. 14,000 per month
DISTRIBUTION: Punchline can be found in over 450 locations from Milford to Bear, and everywhere in between. We distribute our papers in a diverse group of businesses: Wawa, art galleries, retail shops, restaurants, bars, super markets, hospitals, deli’s, coffee shops, banks, hotels and more.
It’s also available for FREE to read online. So for one low price, you’ll get the word out online and in print!
2011 Advertising Rates
Based on a 1-year contract
Full Page (10.25” W x 11.75” H) – $350
Half Page (10.25” W x 5.7” H) – $199
Quarter Page (5.04” W x 5.7” H) – $119
Eighth Page (5.04” W x 2.75” H) – $69
Sixteenth Page (2.44” W x 2.75” H) – $49
E-mail us to request a copy of our full rate-card.
CONSISTENCY YIELDS THE GREATEST RESULTS
A small ad run frequently leads to greater market exposure than a large ad run randomly.
YOUR COMPETITION ISN’T QUITTING
There are only so many people ready to buy. You’ve got to fight for your share of their dollars… or lose their business to your competitors.
KEEP YOUR CUSTOMERS SOLD ON YOU
Repeat business is important. Reminding customers that you’re out there keeps you on their minds.
TELL YOUR STORY
Consistent advertising lets you tell your story the way you want. You can tell both current and potential customers what you have to offer and where you’re going.