Current Advertising Partners

Southern Calls magazine continues to engage and inspire our readers with award-winning photography, stories and insights from a funeral director’s perspective. There’s simply no other magazine that honors and promotes the funeral profession like we do — and there’s no better place to invest your ad dollars than a publication that is collected, shared and so cherished.

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Bailey Funeral Home | Vienna, Illinois

Our Family Serving Your Family

618.658.2311  |  www.BaileyFH.com

 

“Southern Calls is the absolute finest publication in funeral service. I like to run with the best and embolden the rest!”
- Brian Bailey

2020:  Kicking off Our 7th Year

Southern Calls is a product of the South, but not limited to Southern distribution. Our subscriber base is spreading across the country as we continue to promote across more states with every issue.

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Alabama
Arkansas
California
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraska
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin

Additional States Coming in 2020!

Become an Advertiser

There is only ONE funeral journal without parallel in our profession—Southern Calls. Perfected through 6 years, with an expanded readership and increased advertising, we invite you to associate your good name with ours.

Average readership per issue is over 24,000

Pass along readership is 4+ readers per copy

(National average is 3.25)

Average print run per issue is 6,000+

2020 Advertising Rates

Editorial Content
Southern Calls embraces the rich heritage of funeral service tradition in the South, featuring compelling stories and striking pictorial content of the region’s People, Places and Passions.

Audience
Timeless in content with a classically tailored format, Southern Calls® is a first read among funeral professionals across the South – and beyond.

Advertising
Southern Calls® provides select advertising partners a distinct venue to showcase their products and services.

Circulation
Southern Calls® is distributed throughout the Southern United States and beyond.

Full  Page Ad
Bleed Size: 9.25″w x 12.25″h
Trim Size: 9″w x 12″h

1/4 Page Ad
4.25″w x 5.5″h

1/2 Page Ad
8.5″w x 5.5″h

Southern Calls®  2020 Publication Schedule

Issue Ad Space Closing
Spring 2020 January 1
Summer 2020 April 1
Fall 2020 July 1
Winter 2020 October 1

4-Color Rates (per issue)

1X 2X 3X 4X
Full Page

2245

2045

1850

1685

1/2 Page

1385

1245

1120

995

1/4 Page

760

695

630

575

2-Page Spread

4532

4155

3760

3476

Limited Time Pricing on Digital Banner Advertising Opportunities

Discounts up to 25% with new 12 Month Digital Ad Contracts

Introductory offer (through May 1st, 2020) with 6 Month minimum commitment

Digital Banner Ads
For current Southern Calls print advertisers

6 Months $750 $637 (15% Off)
12 Months $1,200 $900 (25% Off)

 

 

 

Digital Banner Ads
For Online Advertisers Only

6 Months $1,500 $1,250 (15% Off)
12 Months $2,400 $1,800 (25% Off)

 

 

 

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Bigger Than Life

Bigger Than Life

From Southern Calls, Volume 6 | December 2014 Excerpts from People Article: D. Michael Land, Forest Ridge Funeral Home, Hurst, Texas The small Kingdom of Tonga, located near Fiji and Samoa in the Pacific Ocean, was virtually unknown to residents of the United States...

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Issue 29 Available Now

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Paradise Revisited

Paradise Revisited

From Southern Calls, Volume 23 | March 2019 In recent days several fires, including Bear Fire, have been raging not far from Paradise.   As of September 10, 2020, a total of 7,694 fires have burned 3,105,184 acres, more than 3% of the state's roughly...

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