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◆ 2009 Editorial Calendar

◆ Editorial Profile

◆ Circulation Statement

◆ Rate Card

◆ Ad Sizes

◆ Value Added

◆ List Rentals

◆ Spring Digest

◆ Fall Digest

◆ Marina Of The Year Application


EDITORIAL PLANNER 2009
IN EACH ISSUE
Cover story - we profile marinas whose innovative, trend-setting, services, and operations make them standard bearers for the industry.
Dan Natchez - On the Waterfront...Dennis Kissman Marina Operations...News Products...News and Nuggets

Issue Product Focus Featured Product Special Ad Section Ad Close

Jan/Feb Dredging Docks/Decks IMBC 12/5/2008


Pumpout Systems Miami Intl Boat Show
Consulatants

Mar Fuel/Lubricants Renovation Marina of the Year 1/9/2009


Marina Lending Congratulations
Dock Pedestals

Apr Pumpout Systems Software Marina of the Year 2/27/2008


Dockside Equipment Congratulations
Yard Equipment/Lifts Literature Digest Section

May/Jun Docks/Decks Renovation MAATS 2009 4/3/2009


Seawalls/Sheet Piling
Dredging
Dry Storage

Jul/Aug Dockside Equipment Fuel Products/Systems Docsks&Marinas 2009 5/29/2009


Regulatory/Compliance Deck Expo
Safety/Security IBEX 2009

Sep/Oct Dry Storage Renovation MRA Conference 7/31/2009


De-Icing
Mooring/Anchoring

Nov “Trends & Issues” Bonus Distribution 9/18/2009


To 30,000+
Boat & Motor Dealer subscribers

Dec Seawalls/Sheet Piling Finance & Insurance Annual Buyer’s Guide 10/16/2009
Dock Hardware Literature Digest Section
Yard Equipment/Lifts
Software

Sponsorships Available for “Green Paper” E-mail blasts

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EDITORIAL PROFILE

INDUSTRY : F E AT U R E S :
The recreational boating facilities market faces Each issue contains a mix of articles addressing
challenges totally unique from other segments of critical business issues facing marina owners/
the industry. In addition to federal, state and local operators. The November issue features the
government regulations for environmental com- 9th Annual Trends Bonus Distribution Issue.
pliance, marina and boatyard owners and man- December features the Marina Buyer’s Guide.
agers face a totally different set of marketing,
maintenance, design, staffing, operating, sales and
customer service issues. D E PA R T M E N T S :
Industry experts provide timely, useful informa-
tion which include:
MISSION: • Marina/boat yard profile
• Dan Natchez - On the Waterfront
For 21+ years Marina Dock Age has been the
• Dennis Kissman - Marina Operations
only trade magazine dedicated to providing
• New Products
100% focus to the U.S. waterfront facilities seg-
• News and Nuggets
ment of the marine industry. We provide mar-
keters with complete coverage of this important
target. MARINA OF THE YEAR:
This year marks the 14th year for two marinas
(one small—fewer than 250 slips, and one
MARKET : large—250+ slips) to win Marina Dock Age’s
Marina Dock Age delivers complete industry prestigious Marinas of the Year award. Eligible
coverage to more than 17,200 marina and boat candidates are marinas who rate high in terms
yard owners, designers, managers, financiers, of environmental responsibility, customer satis-
consultants, builders, and more. faction, and commitment to employees and the
community.

CONTENT : VA L U E A D D E D P R O G R A M S
Marina Dock Age provides the information FOR ADVERTISERS:
needed to meet ever-changing government To support our advertisers a variety of value
regulations, operate more efficiently, expand added options are provided based on the ad
business, and improve profitability. schedule for a calendar year.We also make every
effort to include them in our Product Focus and
New Products sections.

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UNITED STATES QUALIFIED CIRCULATION


Business and Total Percent
Industry Qualified of Total
Marina/Boatyard only 9,822 57.1
Marina/Boatyard 2,069 12.0
and Dealer
Builders 1,386 8.1
Marina/Boatyard
Private Management Firms, Bankers, Financiers,
Designers, Engineers, Planners 1,137 6.6
Government 298 1.7
Sub-Total 14,712 85.5
Manufacturer’s Reps
Distributors,Wholesalers 879 5.1
Miscellaneous 1,617 9.4
Total Qualified 17,208 100.0%

Geographical Breakdown of Total Circulation

States U.S. Census Regions Total Percent of Total


CT, MA, ME, NH, RI,VT...................................New England 1,627 9.5
NJ, NY, PA.......................................................Middle Atlantic 2,334 13.6
IL, IN, MI, OH,WI ...........................................East North Central 2,533 14.7
IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, ND, SD ...........................West North Central 1015 5.9
DC, DE, FL, GA, MD, NC, SC,VA,WV ..............South Atlantic 4,669 27.1
AL, KY, MS,TN................................................East South Central 967 5.6
AR, LA, OK,TX ...............................................West South Central 1,546 9.0
AZ, CO, ID, MT, NM, NV, UT,WY ....................Mountain 492 2.9
AK, CA, HI, OR,WA ........................................Pacific 1,975 11.4
U.S.Terr.......................................................... 33 0.2
Foreign. ......................................................... 17 0.1

TOTAL ........................................................... 17,208 100.0%

No attempt has been made to rate or evaluate the information provided in this statement.This statement is a factual
reporting from Creative Data of the business and geographical breakdown for the January/February 2007 issue of
MARINA DOCK AGE.

August, 2008
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Janice Gordon, Publisher
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VALUE ADDED PROGRAMS IN 2009
(Opportunities based on your ad schedule in calendar year 2009)

INCREASED EXPOSURE WITH FREE WEB LISTINGS


When you buy a display ad in Marina Dock Age, you receive:
A. Web site listing in Marina Dock Age Ad Index
which includes your company name, the page on which your ad can be found and your
web address.
B. Presence on our Web site, www.marinadockage.com.
The supplier info button found on the home page of
Marina Dock Age will take users to a page that lists all
display advertisers and includes a brief description of
each. If desired, the description can include new
products, announcements, etc.
C. Link to your site.

BANNER AD
Placed on an available, high traffic page of your choice.

QUALIFIED LEADS THROUGH READER SERVICE


A number will be assigned to each ad, unless otherwise requested. Provided via e-mail.

Gets your mailed promotions into the hands of the marina owners/operators who need your
2 5 % D I S C O U N T O N M A R I N A D O C K A G E L I S T R E N TA L N A M E S

products/services the most!

CONTACT INFO
Home Office Nationwide Sales Office
Janice Gordon, Publisher Barbara McLester
6600 W. Touhy Ave. 6600 W. Touhy Ave.
Niles, IL 60714 Niles, IL 60714
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LIST RENTAL RATE CARD
JANUARY 2009

ACTIVE SUBSCRIBERS BASIC RATE SPECIAL ADVERTISER RATE SOURCE:


17,208 $125.00/M $95.00/M Direct Mail Request
Controlled Circulation
Qualified subscribers are marina and boatyard owners, managers,
consultants, designers, financiers and builders. U P D AT E :
8 Issues per year
INDUSTRY SELECTS:
SELECTIONS:
Marina/Boatyard Only 9,822
Geographic $7.00/M
Marina/Boatyard & Dealer 2,069
Industry $10.00/M
Builder 1,386
Financiers, Designers, Government Engineers,
Wholesalers and Manufacturer’s Reps, Misc. 1,137 ADDRESSING:
4-UP Cheshire $5.50/M
Marina Dock Age provides marina/boatyard owners/operators and P.S. Labels $8.50/M
other marina business personnel with information they need to meet Diskette $25.00/Flat
ever-changing government regulations, expand facilities & services
and improve efficiency and profitability. E-mail $25.00/Flat

With a personal interest in recreational boating, these executives are


prospects for consumer boating offers: magazines, books, videos,
catalogs, apparel, accessories, nautical gifts, as well as general business
offers for business equipment, supplies and software, insurance and
financial services, seminars, and publications.
Visit Marina Dock Age’s Web site at www.marinadockage.com and
check out “Advertising Info”.

FREE LINK ON WEB (with a list rental order).

Contact
Statlistics
Nancy Spielmann
Phone: 203-778-8700
Fax: 203-778-4839
E-mail: n.spielmann@statlistics.com

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LOW COST OPPORTUNITY
Spri to Advertise in
Marina Literature Digest
REACH THE MARINA INDUSTRY’S KEY DECISION MAKERS

The Marina Dock Age April 2009 issue will include a section devoted exclusively to promoting
marina supplier catalogs and product literature.

For only $600—your ad will:


✔ Target your message to more than 17,000+ marina industry specifiers/buyers
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➤ Merchandising & Selling Ideas

✔ Appear in the “supplier info” section on our


➤ New Design & Modernization
Concepts
Web site www.marinadockage.com, with a ➤ Financial Advice
link to your site ➤ Reports on the Latest Products
➤ Up-to-Date Industry News and

Include your fax, phone numbers as well as your


Legislation

mailing, e-mail and Web site addresses.


Phone: 847.647.2900 ■ Fax: 847.647.1155
e-mail: circulation@marinadockage.com
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CIRCLE 100

Act Now—Spring Issue Closing!!


ACT NOW: April 2009
ISSUE CLOSES: February 27, 2009!

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ILLUSTRATION:
...maximum of 40 letters.
HEADLINE:
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The Marina Dock Age December 2009 Buyer’s Guide issue will include a new section devoted
exclusively to promoting Marina supplier catalogs and product literature.

For only $600—your ad will:


✔ Target your message to more than 17,000+ marina industry specifiers/buyers
✔ Inform both current and prospective customers about your products/services
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✔ Appear in the “supplier info” section on our


➤ New Design & Modernization
Concepts
Web site at www.marinadockage.com, with ➤ Financial Advice
a link to your web site ➤ Reports on the Latest Products
➤ Up-to-Date Industry News and

Include your fax and phone numbers as well as


Legislation

your mailing, e-mail and Web site addresses.


Phone: 847.647.2900 ■ Fax: 847.647.1155
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Act Now – Fall Issue Closing!!


ACT NOW: December 2009
ISSUE CLOSES: October 16, 2009!

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ILLUSTRATION:
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HEADLINE:
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$600 00 per ad non-commissionable. FREE 4-COLOR. Double ad spaces available for only $1000
BODY COPY:
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Application
This year, Marina Dock Age will recognize two outstanding marinas in the
United States (one small–fewer than 250 slips and one large–250+ slips).
These marinas will have achieved success through exemplary business
practices, commitment to customer service, environmental responsibility,
and contributions to the marina industry.

The winners are featured in the March & April 2010 issues
Past winners:
• 2008 Loggerhead Club & Marina, Riviera Beach, Florida
Saybrook Point Marina, Old Saybrook, Connecticut
• 2007 Saybrook Point Marina, Old Saybrook, Connecticut
Loggerhead Club & Marina, Riviera Beach, Florida
• 2006 Port of Edmonds, Edmonds, Washington
• 2005 Charleston City Marina, Charleston, South Carolina
• 2004 MacRay Harbor, Harrison Township, Michigan

DEADLINE: DEC. 1, 2009


Return completed questions to:
Marina of the Year Award
Attn: Peter J. Gallanis
Marina Dock Age
Home 6600 W. Touhy Avenue, Niles, IL 60714 see 2nd page
Please answer these questions on a separate piece of paper. Add additional pages when
appropriate. Include (in a notebook or binder) brochures, publications, letters, photos/etc.
that demonstrate why your marina deserves this recognition.

Overview
Please indicate if you are a small (less than 250 slips) or a large (250+ slips) marina. Provide the name and
address of the marina. Describe the marina’s history, location, facilities, staff, and amenities. Describe recent
expansions, updates, renovations, and/or added amenities.

Facilities Improvements
What have you recently done or do you plan on doing to improve your facility?

Advertising and Marketing


Describe the market you target and serve. How do you attract customers through advertising and
marketing? Describe your Web site, newsletters, special events, and any other creative marketing efforts.

Customer Satisfaction
How do you build relationships with your customers? Describe events you plan and manage. What
special services do you provide? How do you measure customer satisfaction, and what are the results?

Environmental Responsibility
How do you ensure a clean and safe environment for your customers? What measures do you take to limit
your impact on the environment? Are you a certified clean marina? What environmental awareness programs
have you created in the marina and community? How have you confronted and remedied environmental
issues?

Industry Involvement
What part do you play in “Grow Boating”? What is your relationship with nearby businesses or marina
colleagues? List memberships and positions held in professional organizations or associations in the industry.
How do you celebrate National Marina Day?

Benefit to the Community


Include achievements for local tourism, jobs created and your membership and activities in civic and/or
charitable organizations.

Special Challenges
What special challenges have you faced recently? How have you overcome them?

Attributes and Accomplishments


What sets your marina apart from the rest?

Contacts
Please provide the name and phone number of the person who
should be contacted.

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