Advertise with Confidence

“The magazine is gorgeous … we are thrilled with our first experience. It created quite a buzz.”

Merchant and marketing pioneer John Wannamaker famously remarked:

“Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted.
The trouble is I don’t know which half.”

That was more than a century ago, but a lot of business owners still feel the same way.

Let us help you feel more confident about your odds.

Flip through In The Hills’ and you’ll see that our advertisers represent many of the most successful and enduring businesses in the Headwaters region.

Most significant, more than 80% of them repeat their multiple-insertion contracts year over year.

Why do they keep coming back?

It’s simple really: In The Hills gets results.

As Kim Sillcox, communications director at The Country Day School, told us about their ad in the recent spring issue:

“The magazine is gorgeous … we are thrilled with our first experience.
It created quite a buzz.”

So why not take the guesswork out of your marketing budget, and learn more about advertising In The Hills.

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