Columbus, GA - Ted Duboise, Publisher of Plastic Bag Ban Report (PBBR) announced today that advertising rates for the publication have been revised. Effective December 1st, advertising rates for the year of 2014 have been adjusted to better reflect a value commitment.
"We looked at the industry, other publications, and the penetration that we have in the market," stated Duboise. "The results showed that we could better align our scale with available ad sizes and ad locations to position our clients with a high degree of value. That's exactly what we have done."
Plastic Bag Ban Report, soon to begin its 5th year of publication, caters to a wide range of clientele:
- Major retailers and independent retailers across the U.S., Canada, and many other countries encompassing major supermarkets, major apparel retailers, discount retailers, major cosmetics firms,
- Municipalities and County Governments
- State and Local Legislators
- Paper Manufacturers
- Plastic Manufacturers
- Packaging Design Companies
- Media Outlets
- Interested Citizens across the globe
Plastic Bag Ban Report is a repository of information pertaining to plastic bag bans approaching 500 reports. For 4 years PBBR has been tracking and monitoring single-use bag regulations around the world, reporting both sides of the story. PBBR has archived the movement from simply banning plastic bags to adding a fee for paper bags; from fee-only regulations of disposable bags to double bans prohibiting both plastic and paper bags.
Advertisers will benefit with targeted creatives to a niche environmental audience. PBBR is ready to tell your message about your company's Sustainability Reports, your new product, the service that you provide, or even your Public Service Announcements.
Contact Ted to discuss your creative and Get Started with Plastic Bag Ban Report.