It is election season, and tight races are predicted at all levels - local, state and national. Central Michigan Life, is the most followed media in the Mount Pleasant and Central Michigan University communities, offers a diverse readership for all political parties - students, faculty, staff AND community readership.
Maximize your local ad dollars by taking advantage of these multi-ad, multi-media deals.
Full Page - Full Color $1125
Full Page - Black & White $895
Half Page - Full Color $655
Half Page - Black & White $525
Quarter Page - Full Color $375
Quarter Page - Black & White $295
Eighth Page - Full Color $205
Eighth Page - Black & White $165
All rates are net. If candidate commits to running 8 ads prior to November 7, 2016 a 25% discount applies to all print ads. If candidate commits to running 16 ads prior to November 7, 2016 a 35% discount applies to all print ads.
Top Leaderboard 970 x 90 $400 Week / $800 Month
Rectangle 300 x 250 $300 Week / $725 Month
Pencil Banner 970 x 30 $200 Week / $550 Month
Fixed Leaderboard 970 x 90 $550 Week / $1200 Month
Interstitial Block 498 x 250 $900 Week / $2475 Month
All rates are net. All ads are placed in rotation manager with equal weight applied to all advertisers. All ads rotate through site. If candidate makes a digital buy in addition to their print buy, they get 20% off the above rates.
SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS.
WEEKLY $400 / 2 Posts
MONTHLY $920 / 8 Posts
Choose any of our Social Media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchap or Pinterest. If candidate makes a social media buy in addition to their print buy, they get 20% off the above rates.
OUT OF HOME.
BUS SHELTER POSTERS
End Cases $250 Week / $500 Month per poster/per shelter
Glass Fronts $195 Week / $475 Month per panel/per shelter
All rates are net. If candidate makes an outdoor buy in addition to their print buy, they get 20% off the above rate. There is a $95 art services fee for producing each bus shelter poster.
In 2016, Millennials are poised to extend their influence to our politics and elections. Millennials now make up as large a cohort of eligible voters as do the Baby Boom generation—the first time in more than three decades Boomers’ numbers have been equaled by another generation.