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Grey-Bruce Kids is an exciting FREE magazine and website dedicated to parents, grandparents and caregivers in Grey and Bruce counties. The first issue was published for Winter 2011/12, and 10,000 families have enjoyed this publication each quarter since.
The quarterly free circulation magazine focuses on education, health, arts, recreation, relationships, and life as a parent in rural Ontario, and will highlight local articles, resources, community events, and advertisements that are important to families in Grey and Bruce.
Targeting parents, grandparents and caregivers, Grey-Bruce Kids is the best advertising avenue for your business to directly penetrate this demographic. With Grey-Bruce Kids, and greybrucekids.com, we can work together to inform and entertain the parenting community of Grey-Bruce, highlighting all of the amazing products, services and events available in our communities.
Every fall, winter, spring and summer, 10,000 copies of Grey-Bruce Kids magazine — a beautiful, high-quality, full colour product — will be available free for pick-up at high traffic, key locations throughout Grey and Bruce counties. Grey-Bruce Kids will provide your business with three months of advertising to a targeted audience.
A strong web presence is also fantastic exposure for your business. At greybrucekids.com, our target audience can access blogs, conversations, events, and links to all our advertisers, while our social media networks will offer other avenues for creating online communities.
Grey-Bruce Kids is a local company, which will connect local parents with local businesses. Advertising with us is an affordable and effective way to maximize your advertising dollars and reach families across a variety of print, web and social media networks throughout Grey and Bruce counties.
Grey-Bruce Kids is created and produced by Amy and Dwight Irwin, Ripley residents and parents of two young girls. Amy has worked extensively with community and social services, while Dwight is an award-winning newspaper reporter, editor and blogger now working in the business sector.