ST LOUIS, MO
In celebration of the Angus Journal's 35th year of service to the beef industry, the August publication is rolling back selected advertising rates to 1979 prices. All Angus breeders and potential advertisers are encouraged to take advantage of these one-time special rates, which include a full-page black and white ad for $525.
"In many ways, the Angus Journal is an indispensible partner for cattlemen who rely on Angus genetics," says Eric Grant, Angus Journal general manager. "The publication has not only survived, but also thrived within a changing media environment, and we look forward to commemorating our 35th year in August."
In addition to the special advertising rates, the Angus Journal will also launch an editorial campaign centered on the "35 keys to success" in the cattle business. Topics will range from herd health to customer service, grazing strategies to recordkeeping, and much more. Look for these features starting in the August 2014 issue.
To reserve an advertising space in the commemorative issue, contact Angus Journal Advertising Coordinators Doneta Brown or Karri Mildenberger. Deadline is June 20.
The 1979 rates are: a full page for $525; a 1/2 x 3 for $275; and 1/2 x 2 for $300. Color and bleed can be added at regular 2014 pricing. More details can be found online.
For more information on the Angus Journal, visit www.angusjournal.com.