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The Jackson Hole News&Guide produces a number of special interest sections which are inserted in the weekly edition and feature content on various events or issues in Jackson Hole. These sections include the Hole Health section, New Business Focus, Fall Arts Festival, the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce newsletter, as well as the Jackson Hole Woman section and Political sections during election years. For rates and further information on these special sections, please contact Meredith, Amy, Adam or Karen at 307-732-7070.
The News&Guide also publishes two high-quality, 4-color publications; Jackson Hole Magazine - The Magazine of the Tetons, and Images West - The Guide to the Arts in Jackson Hole. For rates and further information on these publications, please contact Deidre at 307-732-7070.
Every two years, the News&Guide conducts an independent survey with PULSE Research of Portland, Oregon. This survey shows media comparisons and reader preferences. For details from the survey, please contact any member of advertising sales department.
Jackson Hole Market Overview
Population - Census 2005-2009
Teton County - 20,376, Fastest growing county in Wyoming.
Jackson (including Rafter J) - 9,631 Wilson, Teton Village - 1,599
Jackson Hole attracts more than 3 million visitors annually as a destination summer and winter resort area. Tourism-related businesses thrive in the summer due to access to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and an array of outdoor sports available in the Teton region. In the winter, Jackson Hole transforms into a major ski destination known for its challenging terrain and plentiful snowfall.
Total Taxable sales in 2008 reached their all-time fiscal-year high of $1.123 billion.
Teton County Demographics - Census 2005-2009
Average gross adjusted income - #1 county in U.S. at $109,396
Median age - 31
Family households - 55.5%
Households with children under 18 - 20%
Owner occupied, full-time housing - 62.4%
Account & Billing Policy
Advance payment for advertising is required for new accounts and out-of-county advertisers.
Credit arrangements are available on the following terms: established business for minimum of 6 months, completed and approved credit application.
Payment terms - 30 days net. Accounts with balances beyond 90 days require payment in full before resuming advertising schedule.
Errors - Errors within ads should be reported immediately. Publisher's liability shall not exceed the cost of space involved, including ads ordered and omitted. Publisher will promptly adjust errors.
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