Round the mountainJune 22: Running, hiking, and mountain biking challenges, with lots of up, and plenty of down, plus kids activites, entertainment, and more!
GO Kimberley magazine is printed four times per year, with each issue coming out on the first day of the season. The magazine has a print run of 25,000 to 30,000 copies per year. Approximately 4,000 Kimberley locals pick up an issue of GO Kimberley magazine each season and, in a single season, up to 6,000 tourists also pick up an issue.
GO Kimberley magazine’s readers are educated and active. They like to keep informed about Kimberley’s business and cultural offerings, and, whether they live in Kimberley or are spending a few days visiting, our readers also like to participate in Kimberley’s four season recreational opportunities. While our editorial content primarily targets 25 to 65 year olds, our readers are of all ages and include professionals, students, and retirees.
GO Kimberley magazine is distributed to over 200 locations!
GO Kimberley magazine is distributed to hotels, visitor centres, medical and legal offices, city halls, shops, golf and ski resorts, malls, cafes, and grocery stores. GO Kimberley magazine is showcased in over 100 businesses within Kimberley’s city limits ensuring that all of Kimberley’s locals and tourists have easy access to our free magazine. The magazine is also distributed throughout the year to nearly 100 locations throughout British Columbia in the following cities: Radium Hot Springs, Invermere, Fairmont Hot Springs, Cranbrook, Fort Steele, Fernie, and Sparwood. The summer and winter issues are also distributed to Elkford, Creston, Trail, Nelson, Fort St. John, and Vancouver, in BC, as well as to Camrose, Alberta.
GO Kimberley magazine is thoughtfully distributed throughout the year, with seasonal hot spots being continuously refilled, to ensure that our magazine gets into the hands of people who will best use it and to provide our advertising clients with the best possible promotion for the duration of the season. No magazine goes to waste. The few copies that are collected at the end of each season are made available to locals and tourists at the Kimberley Conference & Athlete Training Centre in Kimberley, as well as the Canadian Rockies International Airport.