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Advertise with the Peoria Symphony Orchestra

Local Business Loyalty

By aligning yourself with the PSO, you reach an audience that is affluent, well-educated, and committed to our community. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, revenue from program sales offsets the cost of the actual printing of the publication, allowing additional funds raised through the season to go directly to artistic and educational programs.

125 Seasons of Excellence

This year, the Peoria Symphony Orchestra will publish two Season Books that will allow local businesses more opportunities to advertise. By aligning yourself with the PSO, you reach an audience that is affluent, well-educated, and committed to our community! The Peoria Symphony Orchestra’s Season Books leverage the stories behind the composers, repertoire, and musicians that make up the eight concerts taking place during the PSO’s 125th season.

A full-color, perfect-bound magazine distributed to PSO patrons and households in key Peoria demographics. 2,500 copies of each book will be printed along with digital versions to be used during a four-month cycle. Increase your reach with digital ads in our e-newsletter, which goes out to over 7,000 patrons monthly. Ads run September 2022 – August 2023. Limited availability.

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Important Information:

Print Advertising Feed & Switch Dates

  • Book 1: August 15, 2022: Ad Fees Due
  • Book 1: August 19, 2022: Ad Artwork Due
  • Book 2: December 12, 2022: Ad Fees Due
  • Book 2: December 16, 2022: Ad Artwork Due

Digital Advertising 
All ad artwork and fees are due two weeks prior to the first day of every month.

Submit All Materials To
MacKenzie Taylor
Director of Marketing and  Communications
101 State St., Peoria, IL 61602
309.671.1096
mtaylor@peoriasymphony.org

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This season was made possible, in part, by leadership gifts from:
Peoria Symphony Foundation Soderstrom Skin Institute Illinois Arts Council Agency
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