From the Editorial Board...

Advertising is vital to the success and long-term prosperity of any company. Where you spend advertising dollars is a complex set of decisions.

Your Advertising Budget:

We have designed the advertising in The Stained Glass Quarterly to fit any budget and any product related to the art glass industry. From full-page,full-color display advertising; to Catalog/Product Ads; to Sources of Supply listings, the Quarterly meets all of your needs.

Your customers…Our Audience

The majority of our members and subscribers own, manage or are employed by major architectural stained glass studios. With a mailing list that includes 87 countries, The Stained Glass Quarterly is your doorway to the international art glass community.

Our readership also includes hobbyists, students, architects and consultants, all seeking industry information and the latest in product development.

Your ad's placement:

The Stained Glass Quarterly is a non-profit, professional trade publication for the architectural glass arts. Only 32% of the magazine is allowed to be dedicated to advertising. This gives your ad a far better opportunity for excellent placement. Your ad will not have to compete with other advertising for space or recognition.

 

 

Your website:

In this day of technology a strong, stable website presence is absolutely paramount. All display ads that run in The Stained Glass Quarterly are also placed on the Stained Glass Association of America website with a hotlink to your site at no extra charge. With 5,000 visitors per week to our website, the potential for product recognition is excellent.

Your ad design:

Save 10% on your advertising by delivering your ad in digital format by disc or email.

Don’t’ have a designer or graphic artist? We will be happy to work with you to lay out an ad to best suit your advertising campaign.

Your reputation:

The reputation of your company and product line will be positively affected by your association with an award-winning magazine that has been designated a historic property by the US Library of Congress and is archived in more than 200 libraries around the world.

Sincerely,

SGAA Editorial Board