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Want to Reach Thousands? The BReeze is Offering a Holiday Special for Digital, Print Advertising


Now that the kids are back in school and the countdown to the holiday season has begun, it’s time to let thousands of people know who you are across multiple devices. We’ve got the monthly print newspaper and the daily website – and a combined potential of 70,000 readers per month who could be seeing your product!

Our site gets more than 20,000 views every month, and the print paper goes to more than 21,000 homes every single month. Readers are in every demographic, with more than half of those online being between the ages of 45 and 64, while print readers are parents, seniors and even students. What better way to boost your sales!  This is an opportunity to generate awareness of YOUR business, drive traffic to your business and of course increase sales at this crucial time.  

Our advertisers stay long term with The BReeze, some have been customers since the paper debuted eight years ago, and many continuously renew on both the website and in the print edition. Our online advertisers enjoy thousands of impressions on their ads each month as we generate awareness as well as drive traffic to their sites.

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“The BReeze is an inexpensive effective marketing tool,” said Raritan Agway, on Thompson Street, who has been advertising both in the newspaper and on the website since The BReeze’s beginnings in 2009. “We can judge by coupon redemptions that bring business to our stores. It is always easy to place an ad and get the results we are looking for.”

We are offering two separate packages from now through the holiday season to get those eyes in your direction.

1. $300 (per month) - 1/8th page color ad in the paper and Standard Ad on the site (regularly $589)

2. $600 (per month) - 1/4 page color ad in the paper and Bullseye Ad on the site (regularly $929)

Book now for the holiday season! Reserve your space in The BReeze by October 1 to take advantage of these special deals! While we certainly recommend you take advantage of this pricing for more than 1 month, we are also not requiring a minimum commitment, but book soon as space IS limited.

Call 908-255-5926 or send an email to to learn more and sign up NOW!

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