OAKWOOD & KETTERING
The Oakwood & Kettering 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!
Bound by the southern border of Dayton and northern border of Kettering, the city of Oakwood, Ohio lies atop a hilly area covered in mature trees and stately homes. Recognized as the former home of notable residents such as John Henry Patterson and Orville Wright, this city currently serves as home to approximately 10,000 residents spread across nearly three square miles of land. The Shafor, Fairridge and Orchardly community parks preserve the beauty of a natural lush setting and provide a peaceful place of relaxed leisure for Oakwood residents to enjoy. Abundant green spaces and recreational opportunities make Oakwood a peaceful, healthful community. From its beginnings more than a century ago, Oakwood was designed to integrate the natural and the built environments to promote healthy living. In recognition of its commitment to the natural environment, Oakwood has been named a Tree City, USA, for 29 consecutive years.
MEDIAN RESIDENT AGE: 40.5 years
MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $84,226
AVERAGE HOME PRICE: $242,413
Kettering has more than 21 park sites, totaling more than 400 acres. The Kettering Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department is one of the few in the country to ever receive the Gold Medal Award twice for the best parks and recreation department in the country. The Kettering parks system provides the perfect setting for a family picnic, a quiet stroll or an afternoon of fishing on a calm, beautiful pond, 19 public tennis courts, 43 baseball/softball diamonds, 18 football/soccer fields, two self-guided fitness trails, a BMX track, four ponds and a sledding hill also are available. Kettering is home to the Fraze Pavilion, a major outdoor entertainment venue that also hosts the summer concerts of the Dayton Philharmonic. The new James S. Trent Arena, with seating for 3,300 for concerts and commencements and 3,650 for championship sporting events is on the campus of Fairmont High School.
Rosewood Arts Center, formerly an elementary school, now hosts 100,000 visitors a year with art classes, exhibitions, an art gallery and the Art on the Commons festival. The Town and Country Shopping Center is a small part enclosed and part open-air mall located in the heart of Kettering near the intersection of Far Hills Ave. and Stroop Rd.
MEDIAN RESIDENT AGE: 40.9 years
MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $46,659
AVERAGE HOME PRICE: $132,847
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James Graves, Regional Marketing Director