Deadline : May 1, 2019
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Our mailing address is Blackstone Heritage Corridor, Inc., 670 Linwood Ave, Whitinsville, MA 01588.
Blackstone Heritage Corridor, Inc. (BHC) proudly celebrates its 5th annual GO! The month-long September program promotes unique experiences in the 25 communities of the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor and also encourages visitors to travel to the area, take in the natural beauty, and learn about the rich history in the region.
Volunteers present guided experiences including hikes, paddles, bike rides, historical walking tours and nature adventures, and share their in-depth knowledge on these journeys of discovery.
In 2018, BHC’s GO! featured more than 75 experiences and events to more than 200,000 participants and garnered numerous press hits and coverages throughout the month-long promotion. BHC promotes its GO! program using a 48-page full color, downloadable brochure. At least 10,000 copies are also printed and distributed throughout the region. Ads for GO! will appear in Yankee Magazine and other regional print media.
$1,000 — Full page ad, full color ad in brochure, print and online
$ 500 — 1/2-page ad, full color ad in brochure, print and online
*All sponsors receive logo placement on website and name mention in all press releases and annual
report. Deadline to sponsor is May 31, 2019
Centerfold (two pages) — 7” wide by 8.5” high, no bleeds $850
Back Page (full page) — 3.5” wide x 8.5” high, no bleeds $750
Full Page — 3.5” wide x 8.5” high, no bleeds $350
Half Page — 3.5” wide x 4” high, no bleeds $200
Quarter Page—3.5” wide x 1.75” high, no bleeds $125
Ad commitments are due May 15, 2019 and print-ready ad submissions are due May 31, 2019.
Contact BHC Marketing Director Bonnie Combs for more information.
bcombs@BlackstoneHeritageCorridor.org. or 508-234-4242.
Thank you to Tracy Torteson of Grafton, MA, for this year’s cover photo for GO! 2019. This stunning image was taken at the Blackstone Gorge during the Moonlight Paddle hosted by the Blackstone River Watershed Association in 2018.