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Natural Awakenings Online Community Sponsorships

Natural Awakenings Tucson magazine, the local edition of the country’s premiere green and healthy living magazine, has been publishing for over fifteen years in Tucson and for over 25 years across the country. Publisher Holly Baker is launching a new “digital-centric” website initiative in August and offering 10 Community Sponsor slots at pre-launch prices.

She states, “Natural Awakenings will remain the premiere green and healthy living publication that reaches people interested in natural health, green living, fitness, wellness, a more balanced life and environmental sustainability that changes lives and gives information that people need. However, the new website will offer our advertisers more and better ‘digital traction’ while providing our same high-quality editorial focus and green and healthy living niche market of readers, advertisers, supporters and sponsors.”

The 10 community sponsors receive the following benefits: recognition for being local leaders in the Tucson community on every page of the website; banner ad on the website; premium directory listing that links directly to their website; sponsored content; recognition in the monthly newsletter; recognition in the monthly print magazine; new/future community sponsors can only be admitted as others relinquish their contracts.

To enroll, call 520-760-2378 or email [email protected].

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