You can reach even more Green Bay area residents with our special print sections and magazines, including the Recycle Guide, Seniors, Best of the Bay and YOU magazine.
HomeFinder is a free monthly magazine that reaches potential homebuyers across a variety of backgrounds and income levels. Providing real estate listings for Brown County, HomeFinder is available from display racks at a wide array of locations, including retailers that draw heavy consumer traffic, such as gas stations and grocery stores.
Best of the Bay
Twice year, we invite Brown County residents to vote for their favorite businesses in a variety of categories. Published in February and June, Best of the Bay announces the “Best Of” winners and finalists, serving as a handy tip sheet for longtime residents and newcomers alike.
Published Monthly, YOU is Northeast Wisconsin’s locally focused, locally written women’s magazine. YOU is targeted to women in Brown County, aged 25-54, with an annual household income of $75,000+, and is an ideal way to reach that coveted audience.
Published in the spring, summer, winter and fall, this quarterly is targeted to intellectually active adults aged 60+. It features local articles and directories on a range of subjects, including fitness, wellness, healthcare facilities, and events and activities.
Inserted into the Post-Gazette three times a year, these publications correlate with the three annual BCHBA area events: the Home Expo, and the Spring and Fall Showcase of New Homes.
Appearing every April, our Recycle Guide is a true team effort. The Brown, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties’ Port and Solid Waste departments all work with the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Appleton Post-Crescent and Oshkosh Northwestern to raise public awareness about the benefits of reducing, reusing, repairing, rejecting, and recycling.
199 Things to Do this Summer
Published in May and reaching a whopping 83,000 households, this is the area’s ultimate fun-in-the-sun reference guide. Jam packed with ideas, information and money-saving offers, summer just isn’t the same without it!
Every June, we spotlight the Howard Suamico area with a special publication aimed at all of our readers. It’s filled with features about the two villages and what makes them great places to live, work, shop, dine and play.
Back to School
Published in July, Back to School provides parents, kids and other community members with current, comprehensive information about the upcoming school year, helping families make wise decisions about the year ahead.
Any Ribbon Any Color
Informative and inspiring, Any Ribbon Any Color is targeted to all readers. Appearing every October, this special publication focuses on cancer prevention, treatment, and care. Each issue profiles a cancer survivor, reports on the latest medical advances, and provides healthy lifestyle updates, along with detailed listings of relevant local organizations and events.