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THE GMG DOWNTOWNER georgetown media group 2012 .com towner george THE Since R WNE O T E G GEOR 1954 1 - FEB Y 26 201 JANUAR VOLUM E 57, NUMB RUARY 8 2011 ER 9 THE GEORGETOWNER & THE DOWNTOWNER In today’s fast-paced world, utilizing a reliable community-based publication whose “Influence Far Exceeds Its Size” as an advertising outlet makes very smart business sense. The Georgetowner is a free, bi-weekly tabloid-style newspaper, celebrating its 58th anniversary this October. The Georgetowner reaches a very unique market and has become a “must-read” in the DC area. Our publication specializes in the Georgetown lifestyle, focusing on the arts, real estate, education, dining, health, beauty, fashion, society and our popular In Country section featuring Virginia’s horse country. With a circulation of 40,000, The Georgetowner is mailed to all Georgetown residents and businesses. This ensures that your advertisement will directly reach your target audience. The Georgetowner distribution covers all upscale neighborhoods of metropolitan D.C. and includes parts of Maryland and Northern Virginia(see distribution section). However, advertising in our publication not only ensures that your message will reach Georgetown residents; you will also reach the residents of Downtown. Our sister publication, The Downtowner, has a distribution of 10,000 papers and can be found in the Penn Quarter district, right in the heart of downtown D.C. Using our publications as a venue for advertising allows you to reach an ideal audience of 50,000 decision makers and leaders. About Us We’ve watched the transformation and growth of what is being referred to as the “new downtown.” Now in our seventh year, The Downtowner fills a critical need in this thriving and distinct area of the city. Continuing in the strong tradition of The Georgetowner but with its own urban feel, The Downtowner serves the rapidly growing downtown residential community as well as the neighborhood’s booming retail, event and restaurant industry. Both publications combine a rich sense of history with “news you can use,” making them an important voice in the nation’s capital. 1054 Potomac St., NW Washington, D.C. 20007 Phone (202)338-4833|Fax (202)338-4834 1

The Georgetowner Media Kit 2012

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