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A New Home for the Holidays

New LifeStyles recently completed its move to a new office space, which is always a trying time.  But, its even tough for seniors that have to make the move from a long time residence into an independent or care providing community.  A lot of times, this can happen in the early part of a year, after the holidays.    This makes is a crucial time to market your community to those that need to make a move.

To make it easier, here are some specials to book space in the next edition of New LifeStyles in your area before the holidays:

  • A full page at half page rate in a New LifeStyles publication for new advertisers or past advertisers that have been out for two editions?
  • Maybe a free online addition for existing clients (up to a $90 value), just mention this blog.
  • Once again for the new or past advertisers that always struggle with gifts for that community offering two levels of care – two listings for the price of one.
  • Any of our clients or potential clients would look great in a virtual tour! Mention this blog and receive a $100 discount.
  • Virtual gifts are always a hit, so you can get a website analysis for free and 20% off the website package of your choice.

Just call or e-mail us by 12/21 to take advantage and make the start of 2019 a great one for your community or senior related company!  Like the many new clients and communities added over the last few months, this is the perfect time and perfect deal to start your 2019 quest for more residents and clients.

In December, the following guides are in progress and publishing in early 2019:

Dallas

Southeastern Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)

Boston

San Antonio

Austin

Birmingham

Email for circulation and web search statistics for these markets.

Please contact us today for more information of our upcoming guides, 2019 media kit and rate card, our web site and/or a new site for you.  Here at New LifeStyles we wish you a fantastic holiday season and a very prosperous 2019.   Cheers, Doug