Trump Magazine Nears $1 Million in 2007 Ad Revenues
Premiere Publishing Group, a custom publisher, announced Tuesday that Trump Magazine had secured over $900,000 in advertising contracts for 2007, an increase of more than 30 percent from the same period a year ago.
More contracts are forthcoming according to Michael Jacobson, the magazine’s publisher. “The advertising community is taking Trump Magazine as a serious men’s luxury lifestyle magazine and recognizes that Trump customers who live and play at Trump properties, and purchase the magazine via newsstands, are the most sought after consumers in the world,” he said.
Jacobson added that Trump Magazine saw more than a 50-percent increase in event revenues in 2006 and will look to boost the number of events it hosts in 2007, including the Trump Magazine “Best Ever” awards and a cruise event.
“We are also seriously looking to expand our publishing empire, and many new custom magazine projects as well as acquisitions for existing publications are being considered,” Jacobson said.