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Advertise With IEC
The best form of advertising is when you can electrify the right people and businesses to take action and contact you for your products and services. With IEC Chesapeake’s advertising programs, you have a targeted audience of interested apprentices and electrical, low voltage and renewable energy contractors who need your products and services to help them succeed. And, we limit our cost-effective, advertising opportunities so your message has a significantly greater opportunity to be seen.
Advertising Programs: Members Only
With a nominal investment of $125 per month for 12 months, benefits include:
- Excellent visibility
Over 550 apprentices plus their employers log in to the website monthly to input and approve On-the-job learning hours, view grades and attendance
- Minimal competition
This offer is limited to 15 Associate Partners to give everyone a fair share of view time
- Renewal discount
Those renewing their ad receive $200 discount (only if ad remains the same)
NOTE: Banner graphics must be provided in final form by the member and adhere to the following specifications:
- 278 pixels wide by 220 pixels high
- Provided as a JPG or PNG file
- If you need graphic design assistance, IEC Chesapeake's marketing team can be contracted for an additional fee. Contact us for more information.
IEC Chesapeake delivers its informative newsletter monthly to over 600 apprentices, and industry professionals and businesses. Get your latest marketing message in front of an engaged group of targeted readers.
Side Square (125 x 125 pixels): $50
Side Rectangle (125 x 250 pixels): $100
Main Column Rectangle (328 x 171 pixels): $150
Get your message out and connect with your target audience. Contact us today at (301) 621-9545 or toll free at (800) 470-3013 to discuss the right advertising program for you.
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