Explore Smuggs Magazine is published twice yearly and is distributed directly to Smugglers' Notch Resort's guests during check-in. A minimum of 15,000 copies are printed at each time of publication. The magazine's format is 4/4 color. The content of the magazine is designed to offer an insider's perspective on what makes the Smugglers' Notch area such a great place to visit. The editorial content highlights Resort programs and amenities as well as attractions and events in the area.
Advertising opportunities: The magazine showcases dining and shopping opportunities through print advertising. Vendors may work with a graphic designer of their choice or contact Priscilla Emerling, graphic designer at the Resort ( email@example.com), for assistance. In their ads, vendors may want to highlight specials or "must-haves" to motivate consumer purchasing.
Extend your advertising reach with Explore Smuggs Television bringing your advertising message into the home of every vacationing guest. Our creative talent offers full service production capabilities delivered on two channels of programming to provide high visual impact for your featured product or service. Throughout the season, well over 80,000 potential viewers will tune into these channels. NEW this Summer: Smuggs TV 9 is proud to present The Stash — a 30-minute visitor's guide to everything local. Produced in a television-magazine style format, "The Stash" will provide a wealth of information to our guests, including local dining and shopping options, area attractions, events, up-to-date weather, lift and trail conditions and more — Thirty-second commercial and billboard production services are also available.
Expanded marketing and promotional opportunities are available to showcase your brand. These include programs, activities or on-mountain events. We'll customize a package to meet your needs.
"I wanted to let you know that we had a great response to the advertising we did with you this winter at Smugglers'. This season we actually cut out other areas of advertising that we had done in previous years; yet we have had our highest grossing season ever in our 9 years of existence! The only variable was our new advertising on Smuggs TV and in Smuggs magazine. With this year's success, we look forward to advertising at Smuggs again in the future." — Danny White, Owner, No School Snowboard Shop
"Just a quick note ... to applaud this season's Winter SNR magazine. It really looks heads and shoulders above most of the regional publications I am deluged with. I am very impressed." — Peter Bruce Wilder, Union Bank