The Milford Review Group Advertising

The Milford Review Group Advertising:

Bryan Shupe from the MilfordLive and Milford Review is offering a special offer to our group for the Milford Review.

The draft ad attached could feature up to 8 advertisers. The ads to the left would rotate and the 1/3 page article on the right side will focus on a different business each week and will be rotated between those businesses who advertise under this marketing campaign.

Bryan is offering this special set-up, editorial content and a reduced time commitment to us. The typical contract is 3 months, he is offering a 2-month contract.

The ad would cost $800 per month and run for a 2 month period. Among 8 businesses that would cost $100 each per month and $200 each for the 2 month campaign.

If you would like to be one of the eight, please be in touch with Bryan directly at 302-542-9231 or email bryan@milfordlive.com.

 

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