The Centerville 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 artistvwith 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!
While the city of Centerville, Ohio is a modern, growing metropolis today, it is actually one of the oldest cities in the entire state. Its history dates back to 1796 and the days of stagecoaches and family farms. The buildings in the downtown area of Centerville show this history, and the center of town is actually an architectural preservation district.Centerville has the largest collection of early stone houses in the state of Ohio. Many are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Centerville residents enjoy living in a flourishing community with quiet, treelined neighborhoods and a thriving business district. City residents particularly enjoy the Washington Township Recreation Center, which is an indoor recreation center complete with two pools, two gyms, classrooms, multipurpose rooms, an indoor track, climbing wall and fitness center. It is adjacent to Countryside Park, just one of the many community parks in Centerville. The Town Hall Theatre is located in the “Heart of Centerville” and has been serving the community for over 70 years. The town’s Fourth of July parade, the Americana Festival, draws thousands of people each year.
MEDIAN RESIDENT AGE: 46.9 years
MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $61,553
AVERAGE HOME PRICE: $175,148
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James Graves, Regional Marketing Director