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Supplement Quick Facts
If you would like to be contacted by a club member for more information or to place an ad, send us an e-mail from our Contact page.
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Business Supplement Quick Facts:
  • 35,000 copies distributed through Island newspapers in March of each year.
  • Photos taken during the summer and fall.
  • No payment until supplement appears the following spring.
  • Free colour photograph, matted and ready to frame.
* 2018 Prices: (HST additional)
       $399 - 1/6 page
       $695 - 1/3 page
       $1,199 - 2/3 page
       $1,795 - full page
 
We would like to thank the businesses and organizations that make this annual project a success.
 
100% of the proceeds from the business supplement go toward local and international improvements.
 
 
Business Advertising Supplement
For the past 30 years the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty has produced a photographic business advertising supplement that has been distributed throughout the province through the Island's major newspapers. Producing over 35,000 copies each year has virtually guaranteed distribution to every Island home. 

The project, while complex in some regards, is simple to understand in theory. The members of our Club act as salespeople in the community and as such, they sell advertising space for an all inclusive price to businesses, organizations and individuals. The one price charged is competitive with what an ad would cost for a single day inserted in the major papers. In addition, the photography, design and production is also included in this price which makes the cost very attractive. 
 
This is truly a Win-Win-Win project in that the advertiser is receiving true advertising value for less than market cost, the newspapers who gratefully accept this publication for distribution are paid a fee for its insertion and, the Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty raises money through having a volunteer sales staff and keeping overhead to an absolute minimum. 
 
The only real costs associated with the project are design, photography, printing and insertion. Due to the fact that there are no staff involved in the co-ordination of the project, it is a lucrative means by which to raise the needed funds for Rotary's various projects. Above all, the businesses participating in the Annual Supplement are to be commended for their ongoing support of this project and Rotary in general. 
 
 
 

 
 
  See the 2018 Rotary Supplement online at www.theguardian.pe.ca/Rotary
 
             And next year, businesses will be able to have a link in their ad in the Supplement to their own website home page!
 
 
The 2019 Business Advertising Supplement will appear in Island newspapers in the spring and the sales campaign for the 2020 edition will begin shortly after. Watch this space in April of 2019 if you would like to place an ad in the 2020 edition.