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Advertise your business or organization, or purchase a special acknowledgment of an honoree in one or more of our three collectible Event Journals.

Each event in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco has a customized program that is distributed to each of the hundreds of attendees - and remains long beyond the conclusion of each event. In addition, each program is made available online after the event. Journal Ads are an effective and important way to show your support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community and for marriage equality.

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  • With 40,000 members in all 50 states, MEUSA reaches one of the largest and most diverse lists specifically targeting supporters of marriage equality

  • One of the top 5 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) organization reaches on Facebook, both nationally and in target markets including New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles

  • Second largest (LGBT) organization presence on Google+ with almost 75,000 followers

  • Top 10 LGBT organizations on Twitter with a 97.5% retweet rank


  • Gay & lesbian buying power will exceed $750 billion in 2012. ━ Witeck-Combs Communications

  • 88% of gay men and 91% of lesbians say that a brand’s support of LGBT events favorably influences their buying decisions. ━ Community Marketing, Inc.

  • Almost 50% of LGBT consumers prefer products from companies that support nonprofits serving the gay and lesbian community over competing products that do not. ━ Harris Interactive and Witeck-Combs Communications

  • About two-thirds (66%) of all LGBT adults are very or somewhat likely to remain loyal to a brand they believed to be very friendly and supportive to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community - even if less friendly companies may offer lower prices or be more convenient. ━ Harris Interactive and Witeck-Combs Communications


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