|ABOUT THE SUBURBAN WOMAN PAPER|
We are both excited and proud to announce that the Suburban Woman magazines are in their eigth year of print and remain one of the most anticipated women’s magazines in the area. With the Suburban Woman of the Northwest Suburbs®, the Suburban Woman of Kane and Kendall Counties® and the Suburban Woman of DuPage County®, we currently reach almost 350,000 women from Crystal Lake to Naperville and Arlington Heights to Geneva, and we grow with each issue.
There is no other media form in Chicago’s suburbs that saturates the market and reaches the decision makers like we do. To prove the effectiveness of our magazines, we still have many of the original advertisers that were in our very first issue, and we remain their main avenue of advertising and continually help them receive a large return on their investment.
Since our magazines are complimentary, readers make a conscious choice to pick them up, eliminating the possibility of being discarded like 75 percent of home‐delivered publications. Women turn to us for solid, educational information they can trust on every topic that affects themselves, their family and their friends.
To meet the demand for the magazine throughout our eight week shelf life, we replenish and keep our stands clean for the full eight weeks, refilling them weekly. Women can find a copy of the magazine every place they venture throughout the day. We have magazines at over 6,000 locations, including Jewel, Dominick’s, Meijer’s, Caputo’s, Woodman’s, CVS Pharmacy, medical offices, hospitals, health clubs, coffee shops, salons and hundreds more places. We have found these places the best and most convenient ways to reach women.
We honestly care about our readers and what they have to say, and because of this we include a survey in our magazines and on our Web site. We read every survey we receive and have added specific sections and stories to meet our readers’ wants and needs. The surveys also allow us to have a detailed breakdown of who our readers are.
We’re also proud to be a growing online resource. You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook, as well as subscribe to our blog. For more information, please call (847) 854-2744.