The Winged M accepts advertising from members and the general public. Advertising significantly reduces the cost of printing the magazine and mailing it to the membership each month. Advertising in The Winged M is a great way to promote a business, product or service.
For display advertising rates and information, contact Sales Representative Callie Jacobs:
Classified advertising rates and guidelines are as follows (cost per issue):
Members: $10.75 per line and $10.75 for a border.
Members' business: $19.50 per line and $19.50 for a border.
Non-members: $19.50 per line and $19.50 for a border.
Classifieds are approximately 35 characters per line, including spaces.
Ads must be received in writing by the fifth of the month prior to publication. When the fifth lands on a weekend, the deadline is the previous Friday.
Advertisers are responsible for checking the accuracy of their ad. The publisher pays for any mistakes in the first classified ad but not beyond that.
Advertisers may download and print this form to submit a classified advertisement. Scan or take a digital photo of the completed form and send to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you may drop off the form at the Marketing Communications Office (fourth floor of the clubhouse). For more information concerning classified advertising, contact the Marketing Communications Office at 503-517-7220.
The Winged M, the monthly magazine of Multnomah Athletic Club (MAC), reaches 25,000 readers. The Winged M is a four-color monthly magazine printed on 70-pound gloss stock and highlights athletic and social news of MAC members. The vast majority of MAC members are located in the Portland metropolitan area.
MAC has existed for over 120 years and is one of the premier clubs in the United States. The club has more than 20,000 members who are well-educated leaders in the community. More than half the magazine's readers are business owners or in management positions. In surveys, The Winged M consistently receives high satisfaction ratings from members and readers.
The Winged M relies on staff and committees for all copy and photographs. The primary objectives of the magazine are to inform members of upcoming events and to report on member accomplishments and activities. Every article submitted for the magazine or calendar is edited to magazine style guidelines.