Free, full-color publication showcasing the efforts and contributions of supporters and volunteers for area nonprofit social service, educational, philanthropic, and arts organizations | Website
Magazine/Directory and website of the Better Business Bureau
A magazine and website by and for the youth of Louisville
Media placement and products for numerous outlets, including daycare centers, campgrounds, carwashes, recreation centers, tennis clubs, city parks and many others. All Points Media
Building Industry Assoc. of Greater Louisville website and magazine outreach
Sponsorship opportunities | University of Louisville 90.5 FM Louisville’s NPR News Station | National and local alternative music as well as jazz 91.9 Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting
Formerly CBS, outdoor advertising solutions, billboards
Outdoor Bulletins and Junior Billboards
Mobile Billboards, Billboard Trucks, Outdoor Media, Marketing, Truck Advertising
Reach over 800 million people!
Advertise to mobile device users
Website for sports fishermen - Kentucky
Print and online newspaper
Beautiful community print magazine
The Edible Louisville Magazine is the print version of the edibleCommunities.com website. Advertising information is here. "Celebrating the Pleasure of Local Food and Beverage. Has a directory for restaurants and related types.
Food and Dining color quarterly magazine and online blog.
Print and online magazine for families
Print and online magazine for seniors
Online news, events, more
KDF online | Sponsorship opportunities
Check the calendar of the Ky. Fair & Expo Center for groups to target.
Listing and ads for Eco awareness
Online news for Louisville - "News from the inside out"
High-end, local, cultural business guide to Louisville
Louisville Eccentric Observer print and online newspaper
Clear Channel Airport Advertising reaches people on the move!
Large, fun, color map with tasteful ads
Good for travelers, tourists and Lou-ah-vull lovers.
Gorgeous online and print magazine
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The DAY Communications logo presents a capital D and lowercase a in a reflective stance.
Only by graphic and web design can a little a stand up to a big D, and the two go global.
These are disciplines that invent or reinvent the identities of organizations.
Contact us for web and print design services.
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DAY Communications is located in Louisville, Ky. Owner Anne Yeiser has assisted small businesses and nonprofits for 30+ years.
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