Why advertise in O.Henry?

O.Henry is more than a pretty lifestyle magazine. In every issue we strive to create a magazine of uncommon literary and artistic vision that explores everything from the thriving arts community to our passions for homes and gardens. We celebrate the best of food and wine, and indulge our love of the outdoors.

We showcase remarkable people who have shaped Greensboro’s past and others who are busy creating its exciting future. Moreover, every issue presents outstanding short fiction and poetry, essays and features that touch the heart and stir the soul.

 


O.Henry magazine targets the arts and culture-oriented consumer in the Greensboro area with exceptional editorial content and carefully selected distribution points.

In 2016, O.Henry magazine was named Best Niche Publication by the North Carolina Press Association.

  • Large format, high-quality magazine featuring thoughtful, well-written stories and beautiful, cutting edge design.
  • Timeless content extends the shelf life, gives added exposure, value and generates extra business.
  • Published monthly, ensuring your ads stay fresh and current to your needs.
  • 18,000 copies printed and distributed each month.
  • Design services included in price — ensuring a strong, eye-catching and aesthetically pleasing ad.

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Distribution

18,000 copies are distributed at the beginning of each month. O.Henry magazine may be found at Deep Roots Market, Earth Fare, Greensboro and High Point Harris Teeter stores and Whole Foods. It is also available at fine hotels, restaurants, retail locations and in outdoor blue boxes around the city.

1618 Seafood Grille
1618 W. Friendly Ave.


1618 Wine Lounge
1724 Battleground Ave.


Abbotswood at Irving Park
3504 Flint St.


Adams Inn (High Point)
1108 North Main St.


Antiques at Carriage House
3896 N. Elm St.


Barnes & Noble
Green Valley Rd., Friendly


Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Yost & Little
1103 N. Elm St. #100


Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Yost & Little
Friendly Center


Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Yost & Little
7504 Summerfield Rd.


Biltmore Hotel
11 W. Washington St.


Brown Gardiner Drug
2101 N. Elm St.


Carolina Vein & Laser
1130 New Garden


Center Pointe
201 N. Elm St.


Company Shops Market/Burlington’s Food Co-op
268 E. Front St., Burlington


Convention Visitor’s Bureau
2200 Pinecroft Rd.


Cornerstone Garden
414B State St.


Crafted
219-A S. Elm Street


Cultural Arts Center
200 N. Davie St.


Deep Roots Market
600 N. Eugene St.


Dog Days
705 Battleground Ave.


Dolce Dimora
Dover Square/1616 Battleground Ave.


Don Henley
1130 N. Church St.


Easy Peasy
1616 Battleground, Dover Square


Earth Fare
2965 Battleground Ave.


Gibsonville Antiques
106 E. Railroad Ave., Gibsonville


Grandover Resort
1000 Club Rd.


Green Bean Coffee House
341 S. Elm St.


Green Valley Grill
622 Green Valley Rd.


Greensboro College Administration Office
815 W. Market


Greenway @ Fisher Park Apartments


GSO Central Library
219 N. Church St.


GSO Chamber of Commerce
342 N. Elm St.


GSO Children’s Museum
220 N. Church St.


GSO Historical Museum
130 Summit Ave.


Harris Teeter (Greensboro)
9 Locations


Harris Teeter (High Point)
2 Locations


High Point Bank
300 N. Main St.


Int. Civil Rights Museum
134 S. Elm St.


Iron Hen Cafe
908 Cridland Rd.


JH Adams Inn
1108 N. Main St.


Jerusalem Market
5002 High Point Road


Kriegman’s Furs
502 E Cornwallis Dr.


LeBlon
106 S. Holden Rd.


Liberty Oak
100 W. Washington St.


Lillo Bella
507 State St.


Linnea’s
2274 Golden Gate Drive


Looking Ahead Salon
1838 Banking St.

Lucky 32
1421 Westover Terr.


Main & Taylor
1616 Battleground Ave.


Mary’s Antiques
607 S. Elm St.


Maxie B’s
2403 Battleground Ave. #7


Merle Norman
3741 Battleground Ave.


Merle Norman
3118 W. Friendly Ave.


MJ’s Steak & Seafood
620 Dolley Madison Rd.


New Garden Nursery
5572 Garden Village Way


New Garden Nursery
3811 Lawndale Dr.


O.Henry Hotel
622 Green Valley Rd.


O.Henry Magazine Office
1848 Banking St.


Parks & Rec
2400 16th St.


Pastabilities
1726 Battleground Ave.


Print Works Bistro
702 Green Valley Rd.


Prohlific Sports
4517 Jessup Grove Rd.


Proximity Hotel
704 Green Valley Rd


Purgason’s (Summerfield)
4901 Auburn Rd.


Randy McManus Design
18 Battleground Ct.


Royal Diadem
2130 New Garden Rd.


Sacred Garden Bookstore
211 W. Fisher Ave.


Savory Spice
3354 W. Friendly Ave #142


Schiffman’s Jewelers
225 South Elm St.


Schiffman’s Jewelers
811 Friendly Center Rd.


Scuppernong Books
304 S. Elm St.


Sheraton Greensboro
3121 High Point Rd.


Shoppes on Patterson
2804 Patterson


Shores (High Point) : 804 Westchester Dr.


Shores Fine Dry Cleaners
1651 New Garden Rd.


SMOC
201 E. Wendover Ave.


Southern Lights
2415 Lawndale Dr.


State St. Jewelers
211A State Street


Tex & Shirley’s (Greensboro)
Friendly Center


Tex & Shirley’s (High Point)
4005 Precision Way


The Club Green Valley
1909 Lendew St.


The Extra Ingredient
801-D Friendly Center Rd.


The Maids (in the homes of their customers)


The Music Academy of NC
1237 Beaman Place


The Pack-N-Post
1852 Banking St.


The Red Collection
1201 S. Holden Rd.


The Red Collection
1411 Mill St.


Theodore Alexander Outlet
416 S. Elm St., High Point


Undercurrent
327 Battleground


Vintage Thrift and Antiques
1100 N. Main St., High Point


Weatherspoon Art Gallery
Tate & Spring Garden


Well-Spring Retirement
4100 Well Spring Dr.


Whole Foods
3202 W. Friendly Ave.


William Mangum Gallery
2166 Lawndale Dr.


Yamamori
501 State Street


Zeto’s
335 Battleground Ave.

BLUE BOX LOCATIONS

Cafe Europa/Cultural Center at Festival Park
200 N. Davie St.


K & W Cafeteria
3710 S. Holden Rd.


Jam’s Deli
5707 W. Friendly


Junior League Bargain Box
Friendly & Elm


Natty Greene’s
345 S. Elm St.


(across from) Carolina Theatre
315 S. Greene St.


Triad Stage
232 S. Elm St.


Across from Civil Rights Museum
134 S. Elm St.


Smith Street Diner
438 Battleground Ave.


Elm & Bellemeade
Elm & Bellemeade


GSO Farmers Curb Market
501 Yanceyville St.


UPS/FED EX
102 N. Elm St.


Old Town Draught House
1205 Spring Garden St.


Fish Bones
Walker & Elam


NC Farmers Market (Colfax)
2914 Sandy Ridge Rd.


Lox Stock & Bagel
2439 Battleground Ave.


State St. Jewelers
211 State St. #A


Sister’s Jewelry
330 Tate St.


US Post Office
4615 High Point Rd.


Zack’s Hot Dogs
201 W Davis St., Burlington (W. Davis & S. Worth)

Art Requirements
Ads should be submitted as electronic files as a PDF or TIF file on a CD. Ads should be CMYK, exact size, 300 dpi resolution. A color proof is suggested to ensure correct colors. Production questions may be directed to Lisa Bobbitt at 910.617.0090 or ohenryadvertising@thepilot.com.

 

AD SIZE DIMENSIONS
Full Page 10” x 12” (trim) • 9.5” x 11.5” (live area) • 10.25” x 12.25” (w/bleed)
2/3 Page 6” x 10.75”
1/2 Page vertical 4.25” x 10.75” • horizontal 9” x 5.25”
1/3 Page vertical 2.75” x 10.75” • square 6” x 5.25”
1/4 Page 4.25” x 5.25”
1/6 Page vertical 2.75” x 5.25”
1/8 Page 4.25” x 2.5”
Deadlines
Issue Ad Space Ad Design Material Camera Ready
January 11/30/15 12/07/14 12/10/15
February 12/31/15 1/5/16 1/11/16
March 1/29/16 2/5/16 2/10/16
April 2/29/16 3/4/16 3/10/16
May 3/31/16 4/4/16 4/11/16
June 4/29/16 5/4/16 5/10/16
July 5/31/16 6/3/16 6/10/16
August 6/30/16 7/4/16 7/8/16
September 7/29/16 8/4/16 8/10/16
October 8/31/16 9/2/16 9/9/16
November 9/30/16 10/4/16 10/10/16
December 10/31/16 11/4/16 11/10/16
January ’17 11/30/16 12/2/16 12/9/16
February ’17 12/30/16 1/4/17 1/10/17

“I think that the O.Henry magazine is so enjoyable because the people who write for it are not providing content to make a dime; their writing focuses on stories about which they are clearly passionate. That makes it authentic. And it is authenticity that I seek.”

— Dennis Quaintance, CEO and CSO (Chief Storytelling Officer) of Quaintance-Weaver Restaurants & Hotels

“From the first time you presented O.Henry magazine to Tom Chitty & Associates we knew it was going to be the right fit for our company. You have continued to delight and impress us with your stunning publication. In our opinion O.Henry is the definitive Triad magazine.”

— Barry S. Hardeman, President, Tom Chitty & Associates

“In my 30 years of business, O.Henry advertising was the first advertising I’ve done that brought new customers in my store. Even men came in my store with the ad cut out of the magazine!”

— Sheree Maness, Owner, Sheree’s Natural Cosmetics

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