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Thursday, August 05, 2010

MI sampleMISHPACHA INTRODUCES

Looking to educate your consumer but the standard advertisement just isn’t enough?

Mishpacha Introduces is an excellent way to tell the story of your business or organization, either in your own words or with the professional expertise of a Mishpacha writer. You can also use pictures and other graphics to tell your story. Ranging anywhere from 2 to 6 pages, this in-depth advertorial is a surefire way to garner publicity for your company.

 

 

THEME SUPPLEMENTS: PROFILES IN CHESED

Special Themes take the Mishpacha Introduces concept to a whole new level.  Published seasonally, these projects offer an opportunity for your business or organization to be presented amid a selection of articles on a range of topics relevant to your institution's activities.
  

 

 

 

We also offer Family First Introduces for those that wish to establish themselves with a female audience.

For rates and additional information, please email or call our office.

 

THEME ISSUES

Fall (September, October, and November)

  • Rosh HaShanah
  • Yom Kippur 
  • Succos 
  • Simchas Torah 
  • Holiday table 
  • Seminaries 
  • Education topics

Winter (December, January, and February)

  • Chanukah 
  • Gift-giving 
  • Banking and finance
  • Asarah B’Teves
  • Tu B’Shvat 
  • Adar 
  • Purim 
  • Medical topics 
  • Travel and tours

Spring (March, April, and May)

  • Pesach 
  • Seasonal foods 
  • Chol HaMoed 
  • Focus on organizations 
  • Fundraising 
  • Lag Ba’Omer 
  • Shavuos 
  • Summer camps

Summer (June, July, and August)

  • Weddings
  • Simchahs 
  • Women’s health 
  • Travel destinations 
  • Off to camp 
  • Tisha B’Av 
  • Back to school

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MM217
 
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