Richmond, VA (PRWEB) December 11, 2006
When $1,000,000aire Blueprints Magazine first appeared on store shelves in the Dallas area in 2004, most industry insiders dismissed it as one more small publication giving their idea a try. But attitudes soon changed when the magazine sold out every issue in just about every store it appeared in.
$1,000,000aire Blueprints quickly became the fastest growing magazine in the industry, now offered in virtually every bookstore and supermarket in America. Millionaire Blue Prints magazine is now premiering its new Richmond, VA edition, tailored especially for the local market and its advertisers.
Each issue contains 90 pages of rags to riches stories, told from the perspective of real life millionaires. Readers gobble up each issue, hungry for the ideas and details that made each of the featured millionaires wealthy.
"Unlike most other publications, our readers closely read every word of $1,000,000aire Blueprints. Our market research indicates they study each issue. Then people save the magazine and frequently re-read it again and again," says Richard Lauro owner of the Richmond edition of the magazine.
The way readers devoir each issue creates a golden opportunity for local businesses. "Usually people just glance through a print publication, but they save and keep reading $1,000,000aire Blueprints. This means readers also see the ads over and over. We've found our advertisers get far more response from $1,000,000aire than they expected," Lauro said.
Richmond area businesses can see a movie explaining the benefits of advertising at the GetMoreRichmondCustomers.com site. "Typically a business can expect something in the neighborhood of 200,000 new prospective customers seeing their ad when it appears in an issue of $1,000,000aire Blueprints," Lauro said.
There will be only 40 ads in the magazine and only one business from each industry, meaning ads have no direct competition. Issues will also be distributed by the mail to 20,000 targeted customers that fit each advertiser's business demographics.
The audience for the magazine ranges from 18 to 54 years old with the vast majority being working professionals. "The people who read our magazine are movers and shakers with ambition, ideas, and ready to spend what it takes to make their dreams a reality. They're the perfect customers for Richmond businesses," Lauro said.
Contact: Richard Lauro 804-672-4479