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Reach more Texans with an ad in the largest circulating magazine in Texas! Every month, Texas Co-op Power circulates to 1.62 million rural, small-town and suburban Texans. That’s a readership of over 3.8 million—more than any other monthly Texas magazine. Combine the power of print with TexasCoopPower.com and you’ll reach Texans in every corner of the state.
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Texas Co-op Power’s portfolio of print and digital products is scalable and can easily weave into any existing marketing strategy. We can also help you build a campaign from the ground up with print, website and e-newsletter advertising, plus reader engagement products like contest packages and giveaways.
For businesses looking to reach our 3.8 million readers, a statewide print advertisement is both efficient and cost-effective.
If your market is one or more of our five geographical regions, a regional advertisement is a targeted way to be part of Texas’ largest circulating monthly magazine at a lower price point.
Combine TCP print and digital advertising opportunities to create a custom campaign.
For over 75 years, Texas Co-op Power has been part of the Texas landscape. Our readers have grown up with TCP in their homes, and their trust in the magazine transfers to our advertisers. With the state’s largest circulation, we land in 20% of Texas homes—more than any other magazine in the Lone Star State.
TCP celebrates everything Texas: its culture, people, food, history, places and events. A customized section of the magazine is dedicated to information from 62 different local markets, keeping the information close to home.
On average, readers spend over 37 minutes with each issue—and they trust what they read. In fact, according to a recent MRI study, 93% of readers say that they are very likely or somewhat likely to trust an advertisement in TCP over advertisements in other magazines.
When readers trust you, they are more likely to buy from you.
No other publication can deliver an engaged audience of this size as efficiently and affordably as TCP can.