For over twenty years The Kawartha Promoter has been the voice of what’s happening in and around the Kawartha Lakes. The Kawartha Promoter is proud to be known as one of the few remaining independently owned and operated community newspapers. Our success can be attributed to the fact that we have a loyal, ever-increasing readership who have come to look forward to The Kawartha Promoter’s FREE biweekly publication. They consider us their source for information about what is happening in their communities; local and wide-spread issues; local business initiatives; coming events; local politics and what is going on at City Hall; and much, much more.
The Kawartha Promoter is invested in the continuing success of our community. We are proud to highlight our local businesses and partners with local service groups and community organizations by providing promotional coverage and sponsorship.
Because The Kawartha Promoter is published in magazine format, it is read from cover to cover, then passed along to family members and friends, and held on to (even collected) – delivering maximum impact and value for our advertisers. The Kawartha Promoter serves: Bobcaygeon, Dunsford, Fenelon Falls, all the rural routes in these areas and the suburban areas of Lindsay where it is distributed to each household by Canada Post. It is also available at high traffic locations in Lindsay, Omemee, Little Britain, Oakwood, Buckhorn, Coboconk, Cameron, and Kinmount. Subscriptions are also available to seasonal residents and people who have moved out of the area.
Some of The Kawartha Promoter’s Statistics:
- With a circulation of 40,000, which statistically amounts to a readership of 100,000 plus people who read The Kawartha Promoter every two weeks.
- Averaging 48 pages with some issues are as high as 56 pages.
- The Kawartha Promoter can now be accessed via Facebook. Click Here to see our group
The Kawartha Promoter is happy to team up with businesses to design ads, and in conjunction with Design One, also offers a wide range of print services, including business cards, brochures, posters, menus and more.