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|Single Insertions - Please call for rates. Frequency Discount - Three consecutive issues with a free run in the 4th issue. For online classified, runs on a per week basis. No charge for layout/typesetting. Send Copy - [email protected] or call (800) 599-6358 for more information.|
Deadline for advertising materials is one week prior to issue date. For information on advertising rates call 1-800-599-6358
To get the best possible reproduction of your ad, you will want to prepare your artwork properly. Specification for bleed ads:
Half and Quarter page ads do not have a bleed.
Artwork can be sent via e-mail or a web file storage and sharing website such as Dropbox. We accept the following file types PDF, JPEG, TIFF, Indesign, Illustrator and Photoshop files. If submitting application file(s), include all supporting fonts and images used in the advertisement, all images should be at least 150 - 300 DPI.
Advertisers are encouraged to submit PDF and PDF/X1-A files provided that they are prepared for press-optimized printing in CMYK with fonts embedded. You should convert colors to CMYK prior to submission because color shifts may occur. Advertisements received in RGB or spot color will be converted to CMYK. All colors are printed using 4-color process (CMYK).
If ads are submitted with incorrect font versions, we may substitute with close Postscript matches. On illustrations it is recommended to convert text to outline, however outline text cannot be altered. If using black type make sure the background is a light color. If using white type make sure the background is a dark color.
Prefer advertising material to be e-mailed if it is 50MB or under in file size. If file(s) are larger, compress with an application such as a ZIP archive. If file(s) are still over 50MB please send either by Dropbox or similar web storage option.
All advertising material and computer specification questions should be forwarded to:
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