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  • Full Page Near Back Cover Print Advertising

    Place display ads in District 196 Community Education’s catalogs. Ad reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve your ad space now, for all three seasonal catalogs, online or call 651-423-7720 with your advertising request and credit card information. As you know, there are many benefits of ad placement in our catalogs, which reach over 70,000 District 196 residents three times a year. District 196 includes the communities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville and Empire and Vermillion townships. Recently, I compared our rates, distribution and shelf-life to other print advertising opportunities in our area, and we are still the ‘best deal in town!’ Full Page Near Back Cover (four color) 2 available each season 9.5h” x 7.25w” $1009 per catalog Fall 2019 Catalog | Artwork Due Jul 25, 2019 | Catalog Distribution Aug 24, 2019 Winter 2020 Catalog | Artwork Due Nov 16, 2019 | Catalog Distribution Dec 21, 2019 Spring/Summer 2020 Catalog | Artwork Due Feb 8, 2020 | Catalog Distribution Mar 8, 2020 Guidelines for Display Ads in District 196 Community Education Catalogs Content: Advertisers may determine the content of their ads, but the ads may not contain references to tobacco, firearms, religion/spirituality, or sex. To continue our non-profit bulk mailing status, ads may not promote credit, debit or charge cards, offer insurance policies or promote travel. Aesthetics: Advertisers may determine the design of their ads, but the ads must complement the overall design of the publication. In cases of questionable aesthetics, the Director of Community Education retains the right to determine appropriateness. Logistics: Advertisers are accepted on a first-come, first-service basis until the predetermined number of ad slots are sold. Community Education offerings will not be jeopardized in any way because of ads. Advertisers who offer programs in “competition” with Community Education will not be allowed to advertise. Advertisers may sign up for advanced ads up to one entire school year (three catalogs). Other advertising opportunities are made available throughout the year (teen and youth catalogs). Advertisers will pay at time of request for advertising space. Only credit cards are accepted. Please don’t hesitate to give me a call at 651-423-7701 should you have any questions.
  • Half Page Near Back Cover Print Advertising

    Place display ads in District 196 Community Education’s catalogs. Ad reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve your ad space now, for all three seasonal catalogs, online or call 651-423-7720 with your advertising request and credit card information. As you know, there are many benefits of ad placement in our catalogs, which reach over 70,000 District 196 residents three times a year. District 196 includes the communities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville and Empire and Vermillion townships. Recently, I compared our rates, distribution and shelf-life to other print advertising opportunities in our area, and we are still the ‘best deal in town!’ Half Page Near Back Cover (four color) 4 available each season 4.75h” x 7.25w” $609 per catalog Fall 2019 Catalog | Artwork Due Jul 25, 2019 | Catalog Distribution Aug 24, 2019 Winter 2020 Catalog | Artwork Due Nov 16, 2019 | Catalog Distribution Dec 21, 2019 Spring/Summer 2020 Catalog | Artwork Due Feb 8, 2020 | Catalog Distribution Mar 8, 2020 Guidelines for Display Ads in District 196 Community Education Catalogs Content: Advertisers may determine the content of their ads, but the ads may not contain references to tobacco, firearms, religion/spirituality, or sex. To continue our non-profit bulk mailing status, ads may not promote credit, debit or charge cards, offer insurance policies or promote travel. Aesthetics: Advertisers may determine the design of their ads, but the ads must complement the overall design of the publication. In cases of questionable aesthetics, the Director of Community Education retains the right to determine appropriateness. Logistics: Advertisers are accepted on a first-come, first-service basis until the predetermined number of ad slots are sold. Community Education offerings will not be jeopardized in any way because of ads. Advertisers who offer programs in “competition” with Community Education will not be allowed to advertise. Advertisers may sign up for advanced ads up to one entire school year (three catalogs). Other advertising opportunities are made available throughout the year. Advertisers will pay at time of request for advertising space. Only credit cards are accepted. Please don’t hesitate to give me a call at 651-423-7701 should you have any questions.
  • Quarter Page Near Back Cover Print Advertising

    Place display ads in District 196 Community Education’s catalogs. Ad reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve your ad space now, for all three seasonal catalogs, online or call 651-423-7720 with your advertising request and credit card information. As you know, there are many benefits of ad placement in our catalogs, which reach over 70,000 District 196 residents three times a year. District 196 includes the communities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville and Empire and Vermillion townships. Recently, I compared our rates, distribution and shelf-life to other print advertising opportunities in our area, and we are still the ‘best deal in town!’ Quarter Page Near Back Cover (four color) 4 available each season 4.75h” x 3.5w” $359 per catalog Fall 2019 Catalog | Artwork Due Jul 25, 2019 | Catalog Distribution Aug 24, 2019 Winter 2020 Catalog | Artwork Due Nov 16, 2019 | Catalog Distribution Dec 21, 2019 Spring/Summer 2020 Catalog | Artwork Due Feb 8, 2020 | Catalog Distribution Mar 8, 2020 Guidelines for Display Ads in District 196 Community Education Catalogs Content: Advertisers may determine the content of their ads, but the ads may not contain references to tobacco, firearms, religion/spirituality, or sex. To continue our non-profit bulk mailing status, ads may not promote credit, debit or charge cards, offer insurance policies or promote travel. Aesthetics: Advertisers may determine the design of their ads, but the ads must complement the overall design of the publication. In cases of questionable aesthetics, the Director of Community Education retains the right to determine appropriateness. Logistics: Advertisers are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until the predetermined number of ad slots are sold. Community Education offerings will not be jeopardized in any way because of ads. Advertisers who offer programs in “competition” with Community Education will not be allowed to advertise. Advertisers may sign up for advanced ads up to one entire school year (three catalogs). Other advertising opportunities are made available throughout the year. Advertisers will pay at time of request for advertising space. Only credit cards are accepted. Please don’t hesitate to give me a call at 651-423-7701 should you have any questions.
  • Full Page Near Back Cover Print Advertising: Just for Kids

    Place display ads in District 196 Community Education’s catalogs. Ad reservations are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Reserve your ad space now, for our summer Just for Kids catalog, online or call 651-423-7721 with your advertising space request and credit card information. As you know, there are many benefits of ad placement in our summer Just for Kids catalog, which will reach almost 10,000 District 196 kindergarten through grade five households. District 196 includes the communities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville and Empire and Vermillion townships. Recently, I compared our rates, distribution and shelf-life to other print advertising opportunities in our area, and we are still the ‘best deal in town!’ Full Page Near Back Cover (four color) 2 available 9.5h” x 7.25w” $625 per catalog Just for Kids Catalog Summer Catalog | Artwork Due Friday, April 3 | Catalog Distribution in Friday Folders Kindergarten through Grade Five Guidelines for Display Ads in District 196 Community Education Catalogs Content: Advertisers may determine the content of their ads, but the ads may not contain reference to tobacco, firearms, religion/spirituality, or sex. To continue our non-profit bulk mailing status, ads may not promote credit, debit or charge cards, offer insurance policies or promote travel. Aesthetics: Advertisers may determine the design of their ads, but the ads must complement the overall design of the publication. In cases of questionable aesthetics, the Director of Community Education retains the right to determine appropriateness. Logistics: Advertisers are accepted on a first-come, first-service basis until the predetermined number of ad slots are sold. Community Education offerings will not be jeopardized in any way because of ads. Advertisers who offer programs in “competition” with Community Education will not be allowed to advertise. Advertisers will pay at time of request for advertising space. Only credit cards are accepted. Please don’t hesitate to call 651-423-7701 should you have any questions.
  • Back Cover Print Advertising

    Place display ads in District 196 Community Education’s catalogs. Ad reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve your ad space now, for all three seasonal catalogs, online or call 651-423-7722 with your advertising request and credit card information. As you know, there are many benefits of ad placement in our catalogs, which reach over 70,000 District 196 residents three times a year. District 196 includes the communities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville and Empire and Vermillion townships. Recently, I compared our rates, distribution and shelf-life to other print advertising opportunities in our area, and we are still the ‘best deal in town!’ Back cover below mail panel (four color) 1 available each season 6.75h” x 7.25w” $1559 per catalog Fall 2019 Catalog Artwork Due Jul 25, 2019 | Catalog Distribution Aug 24, 2019 Winter 2020 Catalog Artwork Due Nov 16, 2019 | Catalog Distribution Dec 21, 2019 Spring/Summer 2020 Catalog Artwork Due Feb 8, 2020 | Catalog Distribution Mar 8, 2020 Guidelines for Display Ads in District 196 Community Education Catalogs Content: Advertisers may determine the content of their ads, but the ads may not contain references to tobacco, firearms, religion/spirituality, or sex. To continue our non-profit bulk mailing status, ads may not promote credit, debit or charge cards, offer insurance policies or promote travel. Aesthetics: Advertisers may determine the design of their ads, but the ads must complement the overall design of the publication. In cases of questionable aesthetics, the Director of Community Education retains the right to determine appropriateness. Logistics: Advertisers are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until the predetermined number of ad slots are sold. Community Education offerings will not be jeopardized in any way because of ads. Advertisers who offer programs in “competition” with Community Education will not be allowed to advertise. Advertisers may sign up for advanced ads up to one entire school year (three catalogs). Other advertising opportunities are made available throughout the year. Advertisers will pay at time of request for advertising space. Only credit cards are accepted. Please don’t hesitate to give me a call at 651-423-7701 should you have any questions.
  • Full Page Inside Back Cover Print Advertising

    Place display ads in District 196 Community Education’s catalogs. Ad reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve your ad space now, for all three seasonal catalogs, online or call 651-423-7722 with your advertising request and credit card information. As you know, there are many benefits of ad placement in our catalogs, which reach over 70,000 District 196 residents three times a year. District 196 includes the communities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville and Empire and Vermillion townships. Recently, I compared our rates, distribution and shelf-life to other print advertising opportunities in our area, and we are still the ‘best deal in town!’ Full Page Inside Back Cover (four color) 1 available each season 9.5h” x 7.25w” $1159 per catalog Fall 2019 Catalog | Artwork Due Jul 25, 2019 | Catalog Distribution Aug 24, 2019 Winter 2020 Catalog | Artwork Due Nov 16, 2019 | Catalog Distribution Dec 21, 2019 Spring/Summer 2020 Catalog | Artwork Due Feb 8, 2020 | Catalog Distribution Mar 9, 2020 Guidelines for Display Ads in District 196 Community Education Catalogs Content: Advertisers may determine the content of their ads, but the ads may not contain references to tobacco, firearms, religion/spirituality, or sex. To continue our non-profit bulk mailing status, ads may not promote credit, debit or charge cards, offer insurance policies or promote travel. Aesthetics: Advertisers may determine the design of their ads, but the ads must complement the overall design of the publication. In cases of questionable aesthetics, the Director of Community Education retains the right to determine appropriateness. Logistics: Advertisers are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until the predetermined number of ad slots are sold. Community Education offerings will not be jeopardized in any way because of ads. Advertisers who offer programs in “competition” with Community Education will not be allowed to advertise. Advertisers may sign up for advanced ads up to one entire school year (three catalogs). Other advertising opportunities are made available throughout the year. Advertisers will pay at time of request for advertising space. Only credit cards are accepted. Please don’t hesitate to give me a call at 651-423-7701 should you have any questions.
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  • Quarter Page Near Back Cover Print Advertising: Just for Kids

    Place display ads in District 196 Community Education’s catalogs. Ad reservations are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Reserve your ad space now, for our summer Just for Kids catalog, online or call 651-423-7721 with your advertising space request and credit card information. As you know, there are many benefits of ad placement in our summer Just for Kids catalog, which will reach over 10,000 District 196 kindergarten through grade five households. District 196 includes the communities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville and Empire and Vermillion townships. Recently, I compared our rates, distribution and shelf-life to other print advertising opportunities in our area, and we are still the ‘best deal in town!’ Quarter Page Near Back Cover (four color) 4 available 4.75h” x 3.5w” $300 Summer Just for Kids Catalog | Artwork Due Friday, April 3 | Catalog Distribution in Friday Folders, kindergarten through grade five Guidelines for Display Ads in District 196 Community Education Catalogs Content: Advertisers may determine the content of their ads, but the ads may not contain reference to tobacco, firearms, religion/spirituality, or sex. To continue our non-profit bulk mailing status, ads may not promote credit, debit or charge cards, offer insurance policies or promote travel. Aesthetics: Advertisers may determine the design of their ads, but the ads must complement the overall design of the publication. In cases of questionable aesthetics, the Director of Community Education retains the right to determine appropriateness. Logistics: Advertisers are accepted on a first-come, first-service basis until the predetermined number of ad slots are sold. Community Education offerings will not be jeopardized in any way because of ads. Advertisers who offer programs in “competition” with Community Education will not be allowed to advertise. Advertisers will pay at time of request for advertising space. Only credit cards are accepted. Please don’t hesitate to call 651-423-7701 should you have any questions.
  • Half Page Near Back Cover Print Advertising: Just for Kids

    Place display ads in District 196 Community Education’s catalogs. Ad reservations are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Reserve your ad space now, for our summer Just for Kids catalog, online or call 651-423-7721 with your advertising space request and credit card information. As you know, there are many benefits of ad placement in our summer Just for Kids catalog, which will reach almost 10,000 District 196 kindergarten through grade five households. District 196 includes the communities of Rosemount, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Coates, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville and Empire and Vermillion townships. Recently, I compared our rates, distribution and shelf-life to other print advertising opportunities in our area, and we are still the ‘best deal in town!’ Half Page Near Back Cover (four color) 4 available 4.75h” x 7.25w” $475 per catalog Summer Just for Kids Catalog | Artwork Due Friday, April 3 | Catalog Distribution in Friday Folders kindergarten through grade five Guidelines for Display Ads in District 196 Community Education Catalogs Content: Advertisers may determine the content of their ads, but the ads may not contain reference to tobacco, firearms, religion/spirituality, or sex. To continue our non-profit bulk mailing status, ads may not promote credit, debit or charge cards, offer insurance policies or promote travel. Aesthetics: Advertisers may determine the design of their ads, but the ads must complement the overall design of the publication. In cases of questionable aesthetics, the Director of Community Education retains the right to determine appropriateness. Logistics: Advertisers are accepted on a first-come, first-service basis until the predetermined number of ad slots are sold. Community Education offerings will not be jeopardized in any way because of ads. Advertisers who offer programs in “competition” with Community Education will not be allowed to advertise. Advertisers will pay at time of request for advertising space. Only credit cards are accepted. Please don’t hesitate to call 651-423-7701 should you have any questions.
  • Simple Steps for Starting Your Business

    Contemplating starting your own business? Learn from experienced business professionals, both active and retired, who can provide individual assistance if desired. Presented by SCORE (volunteers from south metro communities) and a partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), this comprehensive series of four workshops will help you make a smart start. Each class features a specific topic. To register for the entire series use ASCOR-S1 Startup Basics: Test your business idea and identify the key factors that influence startup success. Gain an overview of the skills and tools needed when deciding to start a business. Discuss advantages and disadvantages of owning a business, the most profitable form for specific businesses and the fundamentals of formation, organization, marketing, cash flow and funding sources. Ron Kipp has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and an MBA. He spent ten years in the Air Force doing test and evaluation on jet engines, rocket motors and airplanes. After the Air Force he worked for trucking companies for 30 years. Register for ASCOR-S2 Business Concepts: Identify your target markets, describe your products and services and collect key competitive information to support feasibility plan. Review your understanding of business concepts and gain step-by-step guidance in researching your idea, market and competition. Dennis Jacobson has volunteered with the South Metro Chapter of SCORE since 2009, providing face-to-face mentoring, conducting classroom training, and participating in workshops for individuals seeking to start their own business or needing help with their existing business. He served as Chapter Chairman in 2011-2012. His business background includes over 26 years as a credit and risk management professional with Wells Fargo & Company in Minneapolis and San Francisco. Register for ASCOR-S3 Marketing Plan: Learn marketing, communication methods and tools to maximize customer reach. Understand pricing strategies, positioning, differences between features and benefits, and marketing strategies. Gain skills on how to outline your marketing strategy, test your message, choose the correct sales channel and exercise your strategies. Randy Locke’s career included 40 years of sales, operations, and general management in both small, privately held companies as well as large corporations. His experience in several industries included time as president of an advertising specialties company. Register for ASCOR-S4 Financial Projections and Funding Sources: Review sales and prices, financial risks and rewards, true startup costs, ongoing operating expenses, setting benchmarks for tracking progress and organization of all your financial information. Discuss financing your business, accounting, banking relations, and monthly preparation and review of financial statements. Jim Hanzlik, CPA (inactive), CGMA, earned his Accounting degree from University of Minnesota and an MBA from the University of St. Thomas. He spent five years with KPMG’s Private Business Advisory Services Group in Minneapolis and has over 30 years of experience as a CFO and Financial Manager in private and publicly held manufacturing and technology companies in the Twin Cities. Jim currently resides in Chaska MN, where he owns a CFO consulting business that provides financial management services to small growing companies. Register for ASCOR-S5