More than 1 million metro adults have children under the age of 17 and a median household income over $79K. With a higher than average consumption of goods and services, this audience is a must-reach for marketers.
Prep Sports coverage offers your business numerous ways to reach this highly lucrative audience segment at home, work and on the go.
Here's the line-up:
- Sponsoring Preps Sports Hubs at StarTribune.com puts your business in the center of the action as fans seek out stats, standings, schedules and updates on their favorite high school teams.
- The Preps section in Wednesday's Star Tribune Sports is your mid-week powerhouse. With a feature flag, your message dominates in readers' minds.
- Preps apps for Football, Boy's and Girl's Hockey, Boy's and Girl's Basketball let you grab more fans with winning offers they can access on the fly.
Choose one of these multi-media platforms or work with your rep to develop a custom package that teams up print and digital for a full-court press of the Preps. Either way, Preps is a proven game plan for scoring greater visibility with valuable consumers.
Ready to win big with Preps? Contact: Jason Cole, 612.673.7715
Unlock the true potential of your customer data with Market & Customer Analytics from Star Tribune. With information and insights from these data-driven services, you can deepen customer and prospect knowledge to drive new opportunities and attract more business.
Fuel sales growth with extensive analysis of your customers and market opportunities. Star Tribune can help you identify new opportunities that go beyond advertising, setting you up for greater business success. Our team of data experts provides the analysis and helps you navigate the numbers by distilling the information into solutions for reaching prospects, customers and your business goals.
We help you answer the important questions:
- Who are my best and most profitable customers?
- What are their demographic, socio-economic and psychographic characteristics?
- What does my trade area really look like?
- Where can I find prospective customers and how can I reach them?
- And, more.
Get the knowledge you need to understand your customers, your prospects and the untapped opportunities up ahead.
Want to know your customers better? Contact your account executive today.
Join us Wednesday, July 30, 11 a.m. to noon CDT for a free webcast to help you ring up stronger holiday sales. Discover the latest consumer trends, get traffic-boosting strategies for online and in-store, and more.
Sign up for "Christmas in July" to learn:
- How shopping behavior has changed and what you can do about it
- Strategic recommendations for omni-channel promotions -- including taking advantage of print, online, mobile, social, instant retargeting, in-depth personalization and more
- Exclusive Star Tribune promotional opportunities for increasing holiday sales and traffic in 2014 and beyond
- How to "think bigger" about the holiday season - when it start, when it ends
To keep you on top of the latest advertising trends and best practices, Star Tribune is now offering a number of learning opportunities to help grow your business and reach more customers. What do you want to know? Is there a topic or subject you'd like us to explore? Contact your Star Tribune representative and share your thoughts.
Email Ondrea Stachel now to register for the Christmas In July event.
What if you could align your business with relevant, well-crafted information that directly addresses your customers' interests and passions? Our sponsored content opportunities provide a variety of ways to do just that.
Both digitally and in print, Star Tribune allows you to support your customers' quest for knowledge through sponsorship of articles, video segments, featured pages and special sections. Whether sponsoring exclusive adjacencies to our award-winning reporting or developing a unique content package created by your own subject matter experts then reviewed and approved by our editorial team, we help you inform customers on the topics that matter most to them.
With a legacy of journalistic excellence and numerous industry awards, including four Pulitzer Prizes, Star Tribune is the news and information source customers know and trust. Positioning your brand to customers through one of our sponsored content channels demonstrates your appreciation of responsible journalism and showcases your interest in keeping customers knowledgeable and informed.
To discuss a sponsored content opportunity for digital or print, contact: Todd Molldrem, 612.673.4232
As a retailer, do you know how to exploit your advantage over Amazon? If you attended the first Midwest Retail Strategies Conference in May, you do. Discover the issues and topics examined during this one-day event presented by Star Tribune.
Tapping the collective wisdom of visionary retail and advertising leaders, subject matter experts and trend-watchers, this full-day, idea exchange provided forecasts, insider perspectives and strategic guidance for retail industry professionals.
Designed to help retailers elevate their businesses, More In Store: Midwest Retail Strategies Conference presented demographic trends for Minnesota's coming decade, showed how mobile can help measure customer experiences in real-time, and featured an in-depth exploration of digital media that identified best practices for targeting, tracking, activation and engagement. Retailers also learned how search engine marketing can be highly effective for driving offline sales. The key? A strong online presence for brick and mortar locations that guides consumers in search-mode straight to a store's door, seamlessly transforming online seekers into on-site customers.
Keynote presenter, Lee Peterson of WD Partners, engrossed the 150+ attendees with his retailing expertise and powerful illustrations of how to beat Amazon, not at their own game, but by doing what Amazon can't. His valuable insights and professional guidance outlined strategic ways to create social, open, and captivating retail environments that leverage personal interactions and connections to keep customers engaged and coming back for more.
The event concluded with a roundtable discussion and robust Q&A on data security with panelists including a FBI Cybercrimes Special Agent, a crisis management specialist, and a senior fellow at the Technological Leadership Institute at the University of Minnesota.
Fueled by thought-provoking opportunities from Star Tribune or looking for insights on a business-building topic? Contact your account executive today.