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Stompbox Showcase

Premier Guitar’s October/Pedals issue offers a perfect showcase for pedals! PG’s digital edition (227,000+ subscribers) will include a special “Stompbox Showcase” advertising section to highlight your featured product(s) in full page and half page formats. This digital showcase includes links to your website so readers can hear audio clips, see demo videos and find your dealers. PG will drive traffic to the showcase from multiple platforms, including 500,000 banner impressions on PremierGuitar.com; social media promotion on PG’s Facebook and Twitter pages; and outreach to 227,000-plus PG newsletter subscribers..
 

Showcase advertisers:  upload your art & assets to
PremierGuitar.com/stompbox-submissionsby February 6, 2020.


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