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As an official media partner of Sydney Mardi Gras, Avalon Media, a publisher of two lesbian titles, is responsible for content and updated information on the Mardi Gras Party, Parade and Season. Regular and in-depth coverage includes print, online, digital, social media and themed events. Avalon Media offers companies the opportunity to reach the lesbian demographic through tailored campaigns. For more details about our demographic please click here. Check out our calendar to help you plan your campaign:


LOTL MARDI GRAS PACKAGE 


This is all about getting your name and product out during the festival season. Our lead-in package includes activity until the 3rd March 2012 (end of festival). 


$3000 pls GST (1/4 page) 


$4000 pls GST (1/2 page) 


$5000 pls GST (Full Page)

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  • 2 x adverts in LOTL Magazine ( Feb & March issue ) 

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  • prominent position , RHP, first half of Magazine, 6 page separation of competitor) 

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  • Adverts in digital edition with direct hyperlink to your website (iPad, iPhone compatible) 

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  • Banner on lotl.com for 8 weeks 

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  • Product Placement at official Mardi Gras Event “The BOY Award GALA Event” 29th Feb @ the Bank Hotel (approx. 300pax) 

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  • Product Placement in LOTL Gift Bag @ Mardi Gras Fairday 12th Feb  (approx 20 000 attendees & 1000 gift bags) 

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  • Social Media includes 4 x Facebook & Twitter activity

 
 


For more info on above or to discuss a tailored campaign for your brand please contact Silke on 02 9332 2725 or silke@lotl.com or contact Kat at kat@avalonmedia.com.au.

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