Manchester Life showcases the beauty, lifestyle, and community of the Manchester Vermont area. It features the vibrant breadth of activities, arts, dining, shopping, and lodging choices available to all and illustrates to visitors the opportunities and treasures unique to the region.
This annual lifestyle publication for residents and visitors includes editorial and photography, area business listings, travel resources, and an events calendar.
Featured stories in 2019 will include…
- Wedding pictorial featuring venues, photographers, caterers, and more
- Good Taste Dining editorial
- Community Focus on Manchester Medical Center
- Highlight on new businesses
- Music ~ people & places
- Walking tour of historic Bonnet Street
The next issue of Manchester Life will be released in Spring 2020.
Reach an ever-expanding readership through a controlled circulation of 40,000 issues printed 1x/year.
Mail distribution of 10,000+/- copies to both winter and summer second home owners from the Manchester, Dorset, Stratton Resort, Arlington, Bennington, Mettowee Valley area, and beyond.
Physical distribution locations include real estate offices, resort information desks, retail shops, galleries, restaurants, inns, welcome centers, and other high-quality, high-traffic locations and events in the Southern Vermont, Eastern New York, and Western Massachusetts areas.
Mountain Media has a daily presence on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest to further engage with our audience and promote what’s new with our advertisers. Readers are also able to access a digital version of the publication online at manchesterlifemagazine.com.
Kimberly Jones, Director of Advertising
4858 Main Street
Manchester Center, VT 05255
Old Mill Road Media, LLC
P.O. Box 569
Manchester Center, VT 05255
A 10% discount will be applied if you choose to also advertise in Stratton Magazine and/or the Good Taste dining guide.
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Payments & Commissions
Payment must accompany all advertising materials unless credit has been established with Stratton Magazine. Agency commission: 15% of b/w gross to recognized agencies providing full agency service. To receive this discount, bills must be paid within the normal 30-day net period. No commission on production charges or color charges. Finance charges of 1% per month (12% annually) applied on balances over 30 days. Advertisers must contract for multiple rates initially and agree to pay one-time rates for incomplete multiple-rate contracts.
*ALL RATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Advertising rates are based on receiving your ad electronically, camera ready; otherwise additional production work including typesetting, scanning, resizing, reverse ads, screens and bleed ads will be charged to the advertiser at prevailing rates.
High-resolution PDF (preferred)
InDesign CC or below (include all images & fonts) Illustrator CC or below type outlined)
High resolution PSD or TIF ( Flattened, CMKY, 300 dpi)
Please name files with YOUR advertiser name and issue date.
Please provide crop marks for bleed ads only.
All provided photos should be CMYK, 300dpi and sized at 100% when imported into your layout program.
All provided photos should be color-corrected and ready for print. Stratton Magazine is not responsible for the quality of supplied photos and art.
The Publisher will not assume responsibility for color ads printed without a provided digital color proof.
Contract & Copy Regulations
No cancellations will be accepted after closing date.
The Publisher reserves the right to reject any and all advertising. All advertising is subject to Publisher’s approval and agreement by the advertiser to indemnify and protect the Publisher from loss or expense on claims and suits based on subject matter of such advertisements. Regarding copy changes, advertisers under contract will have prior ad run unless advertising offices are notified of changes by closing dates. The Publisher assumes no liability for errors in ads or, for any reason, the omission of an advertisement. Liability for errors for which the Publisher may be found legally responsible cannot exceed the cost of the space.