Beavercreek Quarterly Magazine is a high gloss, 70 lb. paper (high quality) magazine made up of local businesses and businesses that serve the area. Most of the advertisers include an offer to draw in new customers and then use the coupons as a tracking tool. It is an effective and creative advertising medium as well as being affordable, high quality and community oriented. The magazine has 12 or 16 pages which makes it easy for an ad to get noticed and is filled with colorful, professional looking ads designed by a graphic artist with over 20 years experience! It is direct mailed to 20,000 households. When homeowners see the magazine in their mailbox, they are curious and look through it. Ads will get noticed and people will use the coupons to save money!
Beavercreek is the largest city in Greene County, Ohio, and is the second largest suburb of Dayton. Beavercreek is full of comfortable, rolling, wooded residential neighborhoods. It is one of the most attractive and desirable areas around Dayton. Beavercreek is a fast growing suburb with housing
that ranges from custom-built homes to charming older neighborhoods. Beavercreek is home to several large employers; research and manufacturing firms with diverse technologies such as aerospace, automotive, and electronics. Many Beavercreek residents work on the nearby Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
The Mall at Fairfield Commons with its five department stores and 130 specialty shops, anchors a growing regional business area which provides convenient shopping, dining and services for residents and The Greene Town Center are two malls in the city. Beavercreek features two challenging golf courses. The Beavercreek Golf Club is a public course, designed by Fuzzy Zoeller, featuring 18 holes, par 72, with medium sized fairways with rolling, contoured hills and greens that are large, fast, and tiered. The Country Club of the North is a private course, designed by Jack Nicklaus. The course features some tree lined fairways, fast greens, deep sand bunkers, and eight holes with water hazards. The Beavercreek Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture manages over 22 different parks–historical as well as recreational. In 2007, Beavercreek ranked 84th in Money’s Top 100 places to live.
MEDIAN RESIDENT AGE: 40.4
MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $74,29
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James Graves, Regional Marketing Director