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Advertise with Sho-Ban News


We are a weekly tribal newspaper and our publication is printed every Thursday. Deadline is every Friday at 4:30 p.m. to get in the following week.

Bring in the business logo and information and we'll do the rest. We will work with your business to provide you with professional graphics in your advertising.

AD Specials

AD Form for Authorization

AD Rates & Broadsheet

*10% Off for Shoshone-Bannock Indian
Tribal owned Small Businesses
(proof required)

*10% Off
for Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Departments and programs.

 

Sho-Ban News
P.O. Box 900, Fort Hall, ID 83203
Office Phone:
(208) 478-3888/3701
Fax (208) 478-3702

 

Web Advertising

WEB Banner Ads

Prices & Sizes Per Month (4 weeks):

9” x 2” $135
4.5” x 2” $67.50
2.25” x 2” $33.75
1” X 2” $15.00

FREE Full Color Graphic. We can do your graphic designing

If you would like to advertise for multiple times contact us and let's talk.

Brenda Appenay (208) 478-3703 or email: brappenay@sbtribes.com

Free two-week consecutive web ad for first time Advertisers

who have never advertised/purchesed advertisement in

Sho-Ban News before as a welcoming gift. We hope to see more of you.

* Request this option to the sales representative to confirm and advertisments must be pre-paid.

The prices above includes:

One hyper link to your business website, email address or a Facebook page.

Full color graphics with your logo and information.

 

 


 

June 24, 2016

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