ShowTime Offering NAC Member Program
ShowTime Magazine has announced that it will feature a regular NAC article in each of four annual ShowTime Preview Guide publications. These articles will commence with the Spring Marketing Guide which is also featured in the publication bins at CinemaCon. In conjunction with this coverage of the concessions industry, the publication is introducing some special advertising opportunities and prices to NAC members.
The ShowTime Spring Marketing Guide is running a special “CinemaCon Trade Show Preview” section for NAC members. All exhibitors will be receiving this publication in March and it will also be featured in the publication bins at the CinemaCon convention in April. The purpose of this special section is to introduce you and provide exhibitors with advance information that encourages them to contact you and/or stop by your trade show booth. It allows you to state why they should stop while also alerting them to new or improved products or services that you offer.
Here is the offer:
Ad Size: 1/6th Page (3.75″w x 3.25″h)
Ad Deadline: February 10, 2015
Ad Delivery: E-mail to Dan@IMEonline.com
Special NAC Price: Just $150, or FREE to Select 100 Club members and vendors running a regular ad in this publication.
CLICK HERE for the ShowTime media kit which includes ad specs.
Contact Publisher Dan Klusman (Dan@IMEonline.com) to reserve a space for your company in this special section and take advantage of this great offer. Dan can also provide regular ad pricing for this issue and/or information on the Select 100 Club. Showtime seeks to serve you better, provide superior circulation, and charge less that the other trade magazines.
About ShowTime: Five annual ShowTime publications are delivered free to ALL exhibitors (6,000+ distribution). Products include the Web site (www.IMEonline.com), Newsletter, Scoreboard, FilmFrames, ShowTime Preview Guides and annual Show-Time Buyer’s Guide. All services are designed to inform, educate, motivate, and inspire exhibitors to run better, more profitable theatres.