Local Vibes – the Lake Zurich Area Chamber of Commerce NEW! Quarterly Publication
A go-to guide for what’s happening in Lake Zurich, Long Grove, Kildeer, Deer Park, & Hawthorn Woods
For years we have published an annual community guide that mailed one time in January. While much success was had from the magazine and we had many loyal advertisers, we want to bring our members something that will be seasonal and drop in mailboxes of 15,000 residents and businesses (same as the annual guide) four times each year. As they say in marketing, the more touchpoints the better. This new 5.5 x 8.5 quarterly publication, will offer timely events, sites to see, places to shop & dine, and services needed for personal and business. This is also the perfect publication to market seasonal events and activities.
JAN-MAR ISSUE – REJUVENATE
PUBLICATION DATE: JANUARY
AD RESERVATION: DECEMBER 14
AD ARTWORK: DECEMBER 14
APR-JUN ISSUE – SPRING
PROJECTS PUBLICATION DATE: APRIL
AD RESERVATION: FEBRUARY 9
AD ARTWORK: FEBRUARY 23
JUL-SEPT ISSUE – OUTDOORS
PUBLICATION DATE: JULY
AD RESERVATION: MAY 10
AD ARTWORK: MAY 24
OCT-DEC ISSUE – HOLIDAYS
PUBLICATION DATE: OCTOBER
AD RESERVATION: AUGUST 9
AD ARTWORK: AUGUST 23
ARTWORK & FILE DETAILS
- Ad design is not included in advertising rates but is available and can be quoted upon request.
- Colors must be converted to CMYK.
- Some programs allow fonts to be rendered as art or paths and should be done so if using true-type fonts.
- No rich black text.
- Rich black fills 100% black/40% cyan
- All art supplied must be either .TIFF or .EPS or press ready PDF.
- Preferred format for ad files are press ready PDF (High resolution). PDF files can be submitted, but please keep in mind we cannot change these files if needed.
- Files must be submitted with a resolution of 300 dpi for color and grayscale images.
- A resolution of 1200 dpi must be used for line art images.
- Art obtained from a website is usually 72 dpi and should not be included within the ad. Taking a 2 x 2 inch image at 72 dpi and then increasing the image to 300 dpi is not acceptable.