Vale Life Magazine: advertise from as little as £35+vat per issue
Call: 07702 006218 or email: email@example.com to discuss your requirements
If you prefer – here is a link to a video I have made explaining what we do https://youtu.be/iG6fNLWBQuU
Interesting, articulate and intelligent, Vale Life Magazine is a stylish, six weekly, A4 glossy, local interest magazine focusing on Aylesbury, Thame and surrounding towns and villages: Tring, Aston Clinton, Wendover, Stoke Mandeville, Weston Turville, Princes Risborough, Chinnor, Lacey Green, Walter’s Ash, Speen, Bledlow, Bledlow Ridge, Saunderton, Lewknor, Tetsworth, Oakley, Long Crendon, Chearsley, Cuddington, Stone, Chilton, Bishopstone, Dinton, Gt Milton, Little Milton, Gt Hasely, Stone, Waddesdon, Kingshill, Quainton, Ashendon, Westcott, Whitchurch, Winslow, Cublington, Swanbourne, Aston Abbotts, Hardwick, Weedon, Brill, Bierton and the areas inbetween.
The magazine provides a mix of high quality features, stylish editorials, national brands and local focus articles, in a glossy format that people want to pick up and keep, providing highly effective advertising opportunities.
With ‘what’s on’ items plus informative features and entertaining, aspirational, articles on local people and places, Vale Life enjoys a long shelf life with each issue read, retained, and referred to over and over. Our website is also a useful and entertaining resource for local people.
The magazine is available free for pick up in a variety of locations throughout the towns and villages listed above: supermarkets (Waitrose, Tesco, Co-op, Budgens, M&S, Sainsbury, department stores, hair salons, village stores, beauty salons, surgeries, coffee shops, hospitals, clinics, hotels, pubs, restaurants, vets, schools, colleges, arts centres, concert venues, tourist information, town halls and in many shops and businesses for staff and customers.
Runs of 11,500 keep production and advertising costs down, but the focused journalism and targeted distribution means response to campaigns can outperform those in free papers with circulations of 50,000 by 5 or 6 times.
The magazine has an estimated readership of 35,000 most of whom are of an aspirational or demographic.
Of the readership 60% are likely to be female 40% male and mostly aged from mid 20s upwards with the main concentration being 30-65.
Vale Life promotes a sense of community and a cohesion between advertising and editorial to create effective promotions while exposing the unsung heroes of local commerce!
We are happy to collaborate on business features which can be incredibly successful in promoting goods and services.
Tell us about your business – tell us what you want to achieve.
We’ll tell your story – raise your profile – make things happen for you in Aylesbury Vale
Call or email Charlie for rate information: 07702 006218, firstname.lastname@example.org
“Good times, bad times, there will always be advertising. In good times, people want to advertise; in bad times they have to.”
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“Doing business without advertising is like winking at a girl in the dark. You know what you are doing, but nobody else does.”
Stuart Henderson Britt
“The business that considers itself immune to the necessity for advertising sooner or later finds itself immune to business.”
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“If commerce is the engine of our economy, then advertising is the spark.”
“It takes good clients to make good advertising. Regardless of how much talent an ad agency may have, it is ineffective without good products and services to advertise.”
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Joseph E. Levine
“Advertising says to people, ‘Here’s what we’ve got. Here’s what it will do for you. Here’s how to get it.”
“Advertising is the lubricant for the free-enterprise system.”
Leo Arthur Kelmenson
“The more facts you tell, the more you sell. An advertisement’s chance for success invariably increases as the number of pertinent merchandise facts included in the advertisement increases.”
Dr. Charles Edwards