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Lindsay Advocate launches monthly print magazine

Lindsay Advocate launches monthly print magazine

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After just five short months of bringing community news to Lindsay and Kawartha Lakes online, The Lindsay Advocate is adding a monthly print edition to its media plans next month.

The response to the Lindsay Advocate’s approach to community news – choosing to see most everything through a social and economic wellness lens – has proven popular with readers.

For advertisers, the Advocate’s commitment to great journalism and community well-being both online and now in high quality, glossy print, makes it the perfect partner to grow new customers for small businesses.

Add to that the committed social media support offered by the Advocate — with more than 2,300 online followers and growing – and the Advocate has a great deal to offer small businesses.

The print magazine will offer a mix of brand new stories and will gather some others from its news site archives that readers may have missed.

The Lindsay Advocate will be available to pick up for free at Kent Place Mall, Lindsay Square Mall, and Ross Memorial Hospital, along with professional offices, retirement homes, cafes, and restaurants.

Businesses

If you’re a small business and interested in being a part of our exciting first print edition, advertising deadlines are Feb. 26. Just email moc.l1544706181iamg@1544706181etaco1544706181vdaya1544706181sdnil1544706181eht1544706181 to reach out to us, or use our Contact page.

One of our sales reps will be happy to talk about how we can help you reach your goals.

We believe that businesses in Lindsay are critical community partners to the town’s economic and social success. We pledge to cultivate a good working relationship with our small businesses and to actively seek their input in future stories.

Thank you to our readers for your incredible response to date and for passing along the stories you have. Thank you to our roster of columnists, too, who help create the Advocate’s unique voice.

We will continue to be a voice that speaks up for people’s needs, and the communities in which we serve.

We will continue to advocate for a community of prosperity, both economic and social, where all citizens can reach their full potential.

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Roderick Benns is the publisher of The Lindsay Advocate. He is the author of 'Basic Income: How a Canadian Movement Could Change the World,' and is also Vice Chair of the Ontario Basic Income Network. An award-winning author and journalist who grew up in Lindsay, Roderick has interviewed former Prime Ministers of Canada, Senators, and Mayors across Canada. He also wrote and published a series of books for youth about Canada's Prime Ministers as teens.

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