Use us to ensure she chooses your business over another.
No other magazine is devoted entirely to covering Roswell.
Direct Mail - Printed copies direct mailed to RM print subscribers, VIP list (government officials, volunteer organizations boards, nonprofits), and 900 local business owners
Around Town - Professional offices - salons / spas - 100+ restaurants and retailers and advertisers
High Volume rack sites in popular coffee shops and gathering areas.
Community-wide festivals and events - Roswell’s Wine Festival, Beer Festival, Azalea Festival, Butterfly Festival, Arts Festival, Alive in Roswell, Riverside Sounds concert series and many more.
Newcomers & Visitors - every newcomer receives a copy at the Roswell Welcome Center.
Roswell Cultural Arts Center - restocked rack site for local performances
Roswell City Hall - we’ve been told RM is the favorite of the publications distributed - we restock regularly.
Digital Subscribers - Online & Social Media
Let's face it. Not everybody cares about what's happening locally. But those of us who do #lovelocal get little hops in our steps when we receive the new issue of RM in our mailboxes. RM readers are involved in the community, care about local issues, have children in Roswell schools or own a local/home based businesses.
Over the years, we have developed a distribution formula which is anecdotally proven to deliberately distribute RM only to those who care about living local. These are our fans.
We have a very vocal and active readership among local small business owners - who is more committed to our community than someone who opens their business here? Through these readers, our print subscriber base continues to grow.
Our rates range from $300 to $2200 for display advertising (click for rate card) and we have custom rates for businesses interested in ‘content marketing.’ Content marketing is the print version of the online practice of writing interesting and informative articles for our readers which also talk about a specific business in context with the subject matter. These are not you grandmother’s ‘advertorials.’ These are interesting, engaging, optimistic and designed into beautiful spreads, interesting. Click here for examples of what we call the “anti-advertorial.”