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Valentine's Day - Countess Mara's Back



Exciting news.  Countess Mara will appear on the BACK COVER ad in the New York Times Magazine for Valentine’s Day (Saturday/Sunday Issue, February 15, 2015.)  See the attached sheet, and image below.

Total average circulation is 2,149,012 for Monday–Friday and 2,517,307 for Sunday. Each magazine is expected to have 2, or more, exposures, for 5 million+ exposures.

The ad is UGC, User Generated Content.  Submitted via our social media campaign and posted to CountessMara.com by the photographer.  

This ad is part of the new Countess Mara national advertising and social media campaign; print, digital and social media (including a new www.countessmara.com site, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).

Countess Mara is back.  Back Cover.  Bigger than ever.  More customer engagement, more awareness, more demand, more revenues.

Countess Mara: Wear it and Share it.




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