Heritage, Summer 2005 Page: 39
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The Texas Historical Commission is undertaking
a major, three-year initiative to commemorate
the Texas contribution to the country's victory
in World War II. Celebratory activities will
include a gubernatorial proclamation of August
28-September 3, 2005 as a special week of
commemoration (this coincides with the 6oth
anniversary of the war's end) and commemorative
exhibits and events at active military
installations in the state.
The Texas Historical Foundation will join as a
partner in the project and devote the Fall 2005
issue of HERITAGE to this effort. Other partner
organizations include the Texas State
Historical Association, Texas Parks & Wildlife,
the Texas General Land Office, Texas Veterans
Commission, and the Office of the Governor.
The special WWII magazine will include articles
on the Texas World War II project; oral histories
of veterans and those working on the home front
(including interviews with soldiers of different
ethnicities); and home front activities that supported
the war effort.
Advertising opportunities are now available to
support the publication. In addition to being
mailed to the normal 2,000-reader subscription
list, the magazine will be made available to
Texas schools and distributed at various
Prices for premiere ad spots for this special
Back Cover: $5,000. Best location exposure,
COLOR ad, and 750 copies of the magazine to
distribute to the school(s) of one's choice (up to
three). THF will ship. ONLY ONE ADVERTISER
IN THIS SPOT.
Inside Back and Front Covers: $2,500. Prime,
black and white exposure, and 300 magazine
copies to give to the school(s) of one's choice (up
to two). THF will ship. TWO ADVERTISERS
Inside page: $I,ooo. Full page, inside black and
white ad, plus IOO copies of the magazine to give
to the one school of your choice. THF will ship.
Half page: $500. Black and white half page ad,
plus 50 copies of the magazine to distribute as
the advertiser wishes.
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