Glen Rock is looking for businesses and other organizations to advertise in the 2013 borough calendar, mailed to households. So how much will it cost?
According to a posting on the town website, the going rate for one ad on the borough calendar will set you back $350. Paying $550 will buy you two ads and $750 is worth three.
The calendars may be no charge to residents, but the production costs tax money. According to the 2010 census, there are 3,979 households in the borough and 11,546 people.
If you're interested in advertising in the 2013 calendar, you'll need to have your ad set up in a PDF format on disc. The copy should be ready, with artwork submitted by Oct. 15.
It's not clear where the ads will go; the direction is up to Borough Clerk Jackie Scalia.
If there are a lot of advertising requests, the amount of ads that can be purchased may be limited.
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