PITTSBURGH, October 2005 – The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is pleased to announce a first place win in the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association’s Classified Advertising 2005 Tearsheet Contest in the Niche Publication category for its Distinctive Homes product.
Distinctive Homes is a full color magazine published by the Post-Gazette featuring upscale homes in the Pittsburgh market. It is distributed as an insert in the Sunday Post-Gazette to approximately 50,000 households in high income ZIP Codes.
Director of Advertising Randall S. Brant said, “I’m pleased that Distinctive Homes has received this recognition from the PNA. It’s a favorite of our advertisers, and now to have it recognized by our peers in the newspaper industry is a big honor.”
The Post-Gazette’s real estate team of three sells the advertising in Distinctive Homes, generating incremental revenue for the newspaper and providing their clients with a unique, effective product.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is Western Pennsylvania’s largest newspaper and www.post-gazette.com is the region’s most visited web site. Together they reach more than one million people every week. The Post-Gazette has served the Pittsburgh community, its readers and advertisers as the region’s indispensable source of news, advertising and information for more than two centuries.