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. February 5, 2018.

At the Current, we’re always trying to do things differently. After years of our readers voting for the Best of Washtenaw, we’ve freshened things up with a new method.

Best of Washtenaw’s new voting process gives your business a better shot at winning with new campaigning features.

These on-ballot advertising opportunities off both group and category ads so you can get more votes.

Group Banner: $1000

Have your business name and call to action displayed prominently over every category in a group.

Each group adspace will be available to a maximum of 3 advertisers.

Groups Include: Shopping & Services – Dining & Drinking – Looking Good, Feeling Good – Students – Music & Entertainment – Local Color – Cool Pros – The Arts

Call (734)-668-4044 or email a2sales@adamsstreetpublishing.com to reserve your ad space

Category Banner: $300

Have your business name and call to action displayed prominently over a category of your choice.

Each category adspace will be available to a maximum of 3 advertisers.

Call (734)-668-4044 or email a2sales@adamsstreetpublishing.com to reserve your ad space

Exclusive Email Blast: $500

Your personal vote request to all of our digital subscribers.

Call (734)-668-4044 or email a2sales@adamsstreetpublishing.com to reserve your ad space

Weekly Email Newsletter: $200

Reserve your spot in our weekly newsletter to our digital subscribers.
Sent on Fridays

Call (734)-668-4044 or email a2sales@adamsstreetpublishing.com to reserve your ad space

Don’t be left off the ballot! Call us today to place your ads.

(734)-668-4044
a2sales@adamsstreetpublishing.com

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