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Below are the advertising opportunities offered by the Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association Newsletter. You can make many of your most likely customers aware of the goods and services which you have to offer, and at the same time help to support the neighborhood organization and its main channel of communication for all kinds of local issues and concerns.

The Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association newsletter has a print circulation of 2,400, is published three times a year, and is distributed free of charge to all households from East Washington Avenue to Lake Mendota and from Blair Street to the Yahara River. View the boundaries at Tenney-Lapham boundaries.

The newsletter is also published online; you can view the current issue at TLNA Newsletter. You can also view back issues of the newsletter at newsletter archives.

The newsletter includes articles on the activities of the neighborhood association, notices of social events, and news of city, county, and state government decisions and actions affecting our area.

Winter-January 1-Last two weeks in January
Summer-May 1-Last two weeks in May
Autumn-September 1-Last two weeks in September


Page size: 8.5 x 11 (width x height, sizes in inches) 3 Columns, width: 2.38 inches, 0.167 inches between columns
Circulation: 2,400

Ad Sizes and Rates:

These rates apply to advertisements submitted in compatible electronic form. If you would like to submit an ad which is not electronic, please allow five additional days for layout. There is a 20% surcharge plus costs for all ads submitted which are not in electronic format. The newsletter is produced using Adobe InDesign.

Full page 7.5w x 9.75h $200.00
Two thirds page 4.9w x 9.75h $145.00
Half page 7.5w x 5h $120.00
Third page 2.38w x 9.75h $75.00
Quarter page 3.66w x 5h $60.00
Quarter page 7.5w x 2.5h $60.00
Quarter page 4.9w x 3.75h $60.00
Sixth page 2.38w x 5h $45.00
Sixth page 4.9w x 2.5h $45.00
Business card 3.5 x 2 (tall or wide) $30.00
Contact Patty Prime if you have any further questions or suggestions or would like to see a copy of the newsletter.

100% Volunteers

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TLNA is a 100% volunteer-run organization and its success is made possible only with the help and dedication of the many people who donate their time.

Jonny Hunter

Jonny HunterPresident

Meghan Conlin

Meghan ConlinDevelopment

Tyler Lark

Tyler LarkVice-President

Keith Wessel

Keith WesselHousing

Madeline Kasper

Madeline KasperSecretary

Patty Prime

Patty PrimeCommunications

Nick Crowley<

Nick CrowleyTreasurer

Marta Staple

Marta StapleEvents

Gwen Shales

Gwen ShalesBusiness

Pat Kelly

Pat KellyParks

Bob Klebba

Bob KlebbaTransportation/Safety

Evelyn Atkinson

Evelyn AtkinsonArea Rep Yellow