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Brand Builder Package (2020)


Reach new customers on 5 platforms with PG's Brand Builder Package! Get digital magazine, app, print, web, and email for one low price.
See details for each package below.


Place your ad by December 6 to be included in PG’s Feb 2020 / NAMM Issue!


Package 1:

1/6 page ad displayed in PG's digital edition, app, and print edition. Reach: 255,000 - Click for an example

Premier Guitar Newsletter: your 600x200 Banner art featured in a blast to 227,000 guitarists and bassists. - Click here for an example

50,000 web banner impressions on Premier Guitar.com (Three banner sizes: 728x90, 300x250, 320x80)

Total Reach: 532,000

Regular pricing: $2,085

Your discounted price: $995

Savings -- 52%

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Package 2:

1/4 Page SQ display ad in PG's digital and print editions. Reach: 255,000 - Click for an example

Premier Guitar Newsletter: Your 600x200 Banner art featured in a blast to 227,000 guitarists and bassists. - Click here for an example

100,000 web banner impressions on PremierGuitar.com (Three banner sizes: 728x90, 300x250, 320x80)

Total Reach 582,000

Regular pricing: $2,690

Your discounted price: $1,195

Savings -- 55%

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Package 3:

1/3 page SQ display ad in PG's digital and print editions. Reach: 255,000 - Click for an example

Premier Guitar Newsletter: Your 600x200 Banner art featured in 2 blasts reaching 454,000 guitarists and bassists. - Click here for an example

200,000 web banner impressions on PremierGuitar.com (Three banner sizes: 728x90, 300x250, 320x80)-

Total Reach 909,000

Regular pricing: $3,745

Your discounted price $1,495

Savings -- 60%

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Questions? Contact your PG rep below for more info or flexible options.

Gary Ciocci
603-927-0139
gary@premierguitar.com

Jon Levy
818-994-3800
jon@premierguitar.com

Brett Petrusek
952-657-5704
brett@premierguitar.com

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