Tuesday, September 02, 2014

TESTIMONIALS

Our advertisers enjoy being aligned with a popular and successful magazine. And they are seeing results. Here’s what a few of them have to say:

We have had such a great response from our ad in edible Reno-Tahoe! We have had many calls. And so far we got four jobs from it. Already, the ad has more than paid for itself.
Emily Reid, owner of Natural Lawn & Garden, Reno

This is a magazine people are definitely reading! Our CSA signed up at least six new customers that said they read about us in edible Reno-Tahoe.”
Ann Louhela, manager of Great Basin Basket CSA, Fallon

We enjoy being part of a progressive, local, focused, top-of-the-line publication. Everything about edible Reno-Tahoe is high quality, and so is the audience. Who doesn’t want to reach the top?
Misty Young, owner of Squeeze In, Truckee and Reno

Edible Reno-Tahoe is the only paid advertiser we use. I have gotten a lot of feedback from first-time diners telling me they saw our ad and also found us in the Eat Local Guide in edible Reno-Tahoe. Edible Reno-Tahoe has been a huge help for our local business.
Beth Bach, general manager of Roundabout Bistro, Reno

Edible Reno-Tahoe has been a great vehicle for us to reach new customers looking for a local cooking class experience and has reconnected us with past customers. We appreciate knowing that our ad dollars are working to create awareness and support for our local food community.
Jay Bushman, owner of Nothing To It Culinary Center, Reno

We are constantly hearing comments from new customers who have found us through our ad and listings in edible Reno-Tahoe. Our e-mail list is growing weekly and our sales revenue is showing steady improvement as a result of advertising in this fantastic publication. As a distribution point, we see the magazines flying off our shelves on a daily basis.
Rob Seaton, owner of Porky’s Southwest Restaurant & Sports Bar, Reno

Advertising with edible Reno-Tahoe brought about one of the best results for exposure for our farm. The phone calls still occur from the first issue. People keep this magazine to read and reread because it truly fills a need to bring us closer to our local food, and to those who prepare and produce it. The magazine has created a bridge between local farmers and engaged consumers. It makes me a better farmer because I know there are eaters looking for what I grow!
Wendy Baroli, owner/farmer of Grow for Me, Reno

I believe edible Reno-Tahoe promotes an important message of sustainability. And that is something Nevada’s capital city celebrates!
Tammy Westergard, director of planning and development at the Carson City Library

It was an easy decision to advertise in this magazine. We believe it speaks to the type of customers that we enjoy in our nursery. Also, as a distribution point, the magazine moves quite quickly. And we receive lots of positive feedback from customers. We are committed to continue our support of this magazine.
Ed Bath, owner, and Marnie Brennan, marketing manager of Garden Shop Nursery, Reno

Edible Reno Tahoe is the only local publication targeting an audience of those interested in understanding our local food culture as well as where their food come from. The magazine targets exactly those local residents we want to reach, which makes it highly effective for us as advertisers.
Joe Horn, co-owner of Dish Café & Catering, Reno

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OUR READERS SAY...

I just wanted to drop a short note to let you know how much I've loved discovering your magazine! Having been an art director for trade publications for nearly 15 years, I have a pretty critical eye for print media and yours is really great. The photography is engaging and I think you really pull the reader into every subject you cover. I found myself interested in articles I normally wouldn't be, and I think that says a lot for your design and format.
– Kippy Spilker

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The winter issue is beautiful...so many good things to eat!
– Marnie McArthur

OUR READERS SAY...

I am so impressed with the spring issue of edible! There are so many great resources and articles in this edition. It always kicks a** but you gals continue to ramp it up to the next level! Thank you for highlighting women in ag and working with the food co-op, too! So, after you dropped off the magazine, they were all gone in about two hours.
– Nicole Sallaberry

Valerie Marquis

I was at Nothing To It the evening you were talking about the launch of this new read. I thought, 'a fresh, forward publication for Reno. Sounds appealing.' When it arrived, I fell in love. The pages were crisp with the new food mindset, chock full of inspiration to eat and shop locally.
– Valerie Marquis

OUR READERS SAY...

CONGRATS on your year plus in business! Edible Reno-Tahoe is such a great addition to the growing foodie scene. I love your magazine!
– Nicole Cheslock

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Picked up a copy of edible Reno-Tahoe at the Brooklyn Museum Egyptian Art event at the Nevada Art Museum ... love the mag, keep up the great job!
– R. Keith Rugg

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I just picked up the latest edition at Whole Foods. Wow! You have done an amazing job. I am going to hang onto this magazine and consult it frequently. I imagine my copy will be dog-eared and tattered by the time your next edition comes out. You have a real dynamic going and I hope to see the magazine for years to come. I can't wait to tell my friends and family about it.
– Yvonne Reese

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Your magazine just keeps getting better and better! Loved this issue! My 12-year-old son picked it up and was fascinated by the solar cookers. He wants to build one.
– Mark Kattleman

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Our company made a commitment a year ago to advertise in edible Reno-Tahoe magazine to reach our target market of home gardeners and those who appreciate knowing how to produce their own food using quality gardening ingredients. With their help, we have grown our commitment to eight other Edible communities in the Western states.
– Mike McLain, Kellogg Garden Products

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