The Westerville 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 16,000 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
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In December 2012, Forbes Magazine named Westerville the friendliest town in Ohio and the 5th friendliest in America. Westerville is nationally recognized as one of the “Best Places to Live” in the U.S. (Money Magazine). Located in the northeast corner of Ohio’s fastest growing region, Westerville is a vital city, a leader in job creation, and it is located just 10 miles from the airport and the state capital of Columbus. Recreational opportunities abound in Westerville with 41 different parks or recreation facilities, including a state-of-the-art community recreation center. Blendon Woods, Sharon Woods, and Inniswood Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve are part of the Columbus and Franklin County Metropolitan Park District. All have several miles of walking trails; the last includes several exceptional gardens.
The Westerville Parks and Recreation Department has twice won the gold medal for Excellence in Parks and Recreation Management. Westerville was also named Sports Illustrated’s “Sportstown Ohio” in 2003. Westervilleʼs Uptown District, near Otterbein College boasts many homes from the 1800s and a plethora of specialty and antique shops and other attractions. Proud of its heritage and roots, Westerville has restored and renovated community treasures like the historic Everal Barn. Speaking of roots, Westerville is also regarded as a Tree City USA, with more than 20,000 street trees, and weʼve taken care to highlight our streams, waterways, and other unique physical characteristics.
MEDIAN RESIDENT AGE: 41.2 years
MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $76,154
AVERAGE HOME PRICE: $214,115
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Marla Hoffman, Publisher