Welcome To The Industry’s Premier Publication
Golf Car News Magazine started in 1972 and is the oldest and original publication for the golf, turf and industrial vehicle dealer network worldwide. Each issue is sent to over 3,000 qualified golf car dealers and does not accept subscriptions from retail
users. GCN is published once bi-monthly.
GCN is considered a rich reference resource for golf car dealers. From insights into top news and events; product information, profiles and key trends, GCN offers you an easy source of reference for your business. Each issue features important news
from the manufacturers in our Industry News section, our staff Guru answers readers’ questions and concerns about the care and maintenance of their vehicles. GCN also features a highly-anticipated annual theme each issue, including industry guides and contests.
Look forward to new editorial, new departments, and better-than-ever coverage!
Click the button below to download the 2018 Media Kit.
Entry Deadline: 11/10/2017
|10th ANNUAL CUSTOM GOLF CAR CONTEST
Readers can submit photos of the cars that they have modified.
Featuring several categories such as: Best of Show, Best Paint,
Best Theme and Most Creative.
BONUS GCN distribution:
2018 PGA Merchandise Show & 2018 Golf Industry Show
|GOLF CAR BATTERY ISSUE
Model specifications for batteries used in the Golf Car industry.
|GCSAA/GIS & PGA TRADE SHOW REPORTS
Report from the trade show floor on developments in golf car, turf and
industrial vehicle industries.
|GOLF CAR ACCESSORIES GUIDE
The complete dealer’s guide for golf car accessories.
|INDUSTRIAL / TURF VEHICLE GUIDE
Complete guide listing features and specifications of current year
industrial and turf vehicles.
|ANNUAL GOLF CAR GUIDE ISSUE
Complete guide featuring photos and specifications on all the latest model gas and electric gold cars.
Editorial: If you would like to contribute editorial to be published in Golf Car News,
please contact us at email@example.com.
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|Full page||$600.00||Full Bleed: 8.75” x 10.625” (safe zone: 0.5” from trim)|
|1/2 page||$300.00||Horizontal: 7.5” x 4.875” / Vertical: 3.625” x 10”|
|1/4 page||$150.00||3.625” x 4.875”|
Classified Ad Sizes
|Large||$125.00||4.90” x 2.40” / Vertical: 2.40” x 4.90”|
|Small||$50.00||3.58” x 2.58”|
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|1 insert||$1,000.00||Full Bleed: 8” x 10”|
|Product Spotlight||Per Issue|
|Discount if advertising a Display Ad (excluding classifieds) in same issue||$75.00|
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