Why Advertise with Urban Aging News?
More bang for your buck!
Advertisers get the double exposure of having their ad appear in the printed version of UAN as well as on our website for the duration of your ad buy!
If your company or organization isn’t advertising with Urban Aging News it might be because you’ve never heard of us. Good point. But the real question is: Have our readers ever heard of you? It’s one of those chicken and egg, vicious circle kind of problems that can be easily fixed - a remedy that benefits us all.
Printed news is NOT dead! Forty-six per cent of seniors prefer reading real newspapers. They like to hold the pages in their hands because they have a long habit of living in the real world.
So, become part of their world – advertise with Urban Aging News!
Urban Aging News
Capture the attention of our growing population of baby boomers, their older
adult loved ones as well as geriatric service providers with an ad in Urban Aging News. Unlike its competitors, UAN provides tangible and reliable information on resources, programs, services, and products necessary for effective caregiving and aging with dignity and choice. This free tabloid, printed in large type, takes the time-consuming research for locating senior-friendly services out of the hands of metro-Detroit families so they can focus on themselves and their aging loved ones.
Feature stories cover the aging-relevant gamut. From up-to-date informative
articles on caregiving resources, retirement housing, and financial/legal
strategies to transportation services, adult-day centers and more.
Distribution Sites (Tri-County)
Wayne, Oakland, & Macomb Counties
Urban Aging News distributes 20,000 copies to
200-plus metro Detroit sites including churches, senior centers,
Aging Network agencies, doctors’ offices, pharmacies, civic,
social, and fraternal groups, senior housing, libraries and more.
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Urban Aging News
Adult Child Caregivers
7 in 10 plan to age in a long term care facility
Planning to downsize
50% of the nation’s wealth is controlled by grandparents
45% visited a casino in the past 12 months
97% eat in a sit-down restaurant in the past 30 days
29% plan to buy a new vehicle in the next 12 months
73% stayed in a hotel on vacation last year
28% use a financial planner or stock broker
As 10,000 Americans turn 65 everyday, 117 million seniors and those that love them are
predicted to need assistance/information in 2020
due to infirmity, incapacitation and/or death.