ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Atlantique City, the World’s Greatest Antiques and Collectibles event, recently announced a new media partnership with The Jewish Exponent, an award-winning Philadelphia newspaper serving the Jewish community for 121 years.
This strategic partnership will allow The Jewish Exponent advertising and signage opportunities during the March and October 2008 events, to promote the publication to Atlantique City’s dynamic customer base.
Atlantique City dealers will enjoy a stronger advertising campaign that includes more than 40,000 glossy show maps inserted into every issue of the Exponent, promoting the show’s diverse merchandise.
“We are excited to be working with The Jewish Exponent in a partnership to promote Atlantique City,” Show Manager Eric Bradley said. “There is significant potential for both of us to reach new customers. Atlantique City has long been a part of the culture of the Jersey Shore and a partnership with The Jewish Exponent is one more contribution.”
Each week, the Jewish Exponent brings its audience of over 50,000 subscriber households in the greater Philadelphia area local, national and international news, a hard hitting opinion section, features about people and institutions in the community, regional sections covering Bucks, Chester and Delaware Counties and the BuxMont area, weekly pages for kids, teens and college students, and popular sections on the arts, books, business, science and health, travel, food, dining and life cycle events. Its Web site is www.jewishexponent.com.
Presented every March and October, the Atlantique City Antiques & Collectibles Show is the largest indoor antiques show in the Mid-Atlantic region. More than 500 dealers specialize in 18th, 19th and early 20th century antiques and quality pop-culture collectibles. Every season features free furniture delivery within a 200 mile radius (protective packing and insurance required), a celebrity appraisal booth and FindIt!, a groundbreaking online merchandise and vendor locator system. Future show dates are March 29-30 & Oct. 18-19, 2008. Advance tickets are $5 off the box-office price and may be purchased online at www.atlantiquecity.com or by calling (800) 526-2724.