Advertising: Four ways to reach cities!

Cities are always looking for experts to help with programs and services. The League offers advertising vehicles to any size business reach the municipal audience. No price increases for advertising or Business Alliance membership in 2017!

Minnesota Cities magazine
The only Minnesota magazine designed exclusively for city officials. With a circulation of more than 6,500, no other publication covers the municipal market like Minnesota Cities. Advertising rates offer flexibility in ad size and frequency to meet any budget.
-View the Minnesota Cities magazine ad rates & application (pdf)

Directory of Minnesota City Officials

A key resource in city and state offices throughout Minnesota, the Directory contains extensive contact information for Minnesota cities. Because of its frequent use, ads are seen year-round by a variety of state and local government decision-makers. -View the 2017 Directory of Minnesota City Officials ad rates & application (pdf)

Online Advertising: Website Sidebar Ads & Cities Vendor Guide
With nearly a million visits each year, the LMC website is where city staff go for critical information on a daily basis.
Place your ad on most pages of the League's site with Website Sidebar Ads, offering easy click-through to your website and the ability to tailor your ad placement to the audience you want to reach.
The Cities Vendor Guide-being updated in 2017 with even better search functionality-is an online directory of vendors, prominently displayed in the Marketplace section of LMC's website.
-View the Cities Vendor Guide and Web Sidebar Ad rates & application (pdf)
-Access the Cities Vendor Guide

Annual Conference Exhibit Hall
Our 2017 Annual Conference Exhibit Hall in Rochester, June 14-16 will be an excellent engagement opportunity with city leaders. To receive information about exhibiting when it becomes available in February, email Jason Little. Remember - Business Alliance members receive premium free or discounted booth space!
-See who exhibited last year in the Virtual Exhibit hall