Now Serving Northeast Pennyslvania
Lifestyles over 50, a magazine and resource for seniors, boomers and caregivers is launching a new edition in Northeastern Pennsylvania in the fall of 2018.
The publication will print monthly and include articles, resource listings, games, puzzles, and trivia as well as a local calendar of events. The distribution will cover Carbon, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Wyoming, Monroe, and Pike Counties and the major population centers including Scranton and Wilkes-Barre.
Readers will be able to find copies at local libraries, health centers, doctors offices, fitness centers, hospitals, nonprofit and government agencies and other community locations.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is your circulation?
10,000 base monthly with estimated readership at over 20,000 which includes 2x pass along rate due to the number of copies distributed at doctor’s offices and other high traffic areas.
What is your geographic distribution area?
The greater Lehigh Valley. (From west to east) Kutztown to Phillipsburg and (from North to South) Palmerton to Quakertown.
Where is the publication distributed?
Lifestyles over 50 is distributed to over 500 ‘pick-up’ locations around Northeastern Pennsylvania. Distribution concentrations will be around East Stroudsburg, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, and other populus towns in the area. Copies will be available at hospitals, doctors offices, supermarkets, health clubs, libraries, pharmacies, diners, churches, social halls, active adult communities, senior housing, and other community locations where boomers and seniors frequent and congregate. Additionally, issues are mailed and distributed to professionals like social workers, discharge planners, geriatric care managers and others who pass out our directories to their members and clients for further distribution. Nonprofits and government agencies will also distribute Lifestyles over 50 to those they serve.
Is Lifestyles over 50 a free publication?
Do you have a media kit?
What is the Editorial Calendar?
January – Healthy Aging focusing on quality of life resources
February – Senior Socialization highlighting groups, senior centers and senior programs
March – Financial Security educating on professional services, elder law, financial services, Medicare and
April – Home focus on living-in-place, home modifications, non-medical home care and home health
May – Saving Issue highlights +50 discounts and budget saving information
June – Mobility and Rehabilitation focusing on keeping mobile as we age
July – Independence issue highlighting senior living communities
August – Legacy focusing on lives well lived
September – Skilled nursing facilities
October – Travel issue focusing on seeing the world and day trips that stimulate the soul
November – Comfort issue highlighting adult day centers, hospice, memory care and Alzheimer’s related
December – Family, Friends and Faith