The Lincoln County Publishing Co. Special Projects Team is responsible for developing new media options that benefit both advertisers and readers. The publications shown below have been designed to attract readers with compelling text on relevant subjects supported by clean graphics and robust circulation – which all adds up to a great deal for our advertisers as well.
Any questions about these publications, whether regarding editorial content or advertising, can be answered by Special Projects Coordinator Greg Latimer at 207-380-9912 or email@example.com.
Celebrating 12 years in publication this summer, Lincoln County Magazine covers activities, entertainment and perspectives with outstanding color photography and well written articles. The magazine is also known for its comprehensive calendar section.
Lincoln County Magazine is published seasonally, with issues in June, July, August and September. Each issue enjoys a print run of 12,000 plus. The publication is circulated, free to readers, at restaurant, retail, lodging and information locations. It is also inserted into all Lincoln County copies of The Lincoln County News.
Now entering its eighth year of publication, the Lincoln County Summer Season Activities Guide has become the “go to” publication for both visitors and residents who are seeking all that Lincoln County has to offer. The 2015 Summer Season Activities Guide included over 500 listings from June through October and our editorial staff is seeking to exceed that number for 2016. The Summer Season Activities Guide is published in May with 15,000 plus copies and circulated through the summer season and into the early fall. Copies are distributed to restaurant, retail, lodging and information locations.
The Lincoln County Road Atlas provides the most detailed maps of Lincoln County available in print. This definitive guide features large and small maps of the entire county, supplemented with 34 detailed maps and an index listing over 1200 roads with corresponding grids leading the reader to what detailed map pages the roads appear on.