Best Buy, Target, Home Depot, Leading National Hispanic FSI Advertisers during the First Half of 07

The ranking of National Hispanic preprint (Free Standing Insert – FSI) advertisers during the first half of 2007 is led by electronic retailer Best Buy, followed by Target, Home Depot, Sears and Publix.

Newspapers with heavy activity included El Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale), El Nuevo Herald (Miami), Hoy (New York), La Prensa (Orlando), La Voz de Phoenix, La Palma (West Palm Beach), Conexion (San Antonio) and Impacto USA (Los Angeles).

Ranking of National FSI Advertisers from Jan 1 - June 25, 2007

1. BEST BUY

2. TARGET

3. HOME DEPOT

4. SEARS

5.PUBLIX

6. COMPUSA

7. WAL-MART

8. TOYS`R`US

9. LOWE`S

10. PEPBOYS AUTO

11. OPTIMUM

12. KMART

13. PAYLESS SHOESOURCE

14. ASHLEY FURNITURE

15. OFFICEMAX

Note: Ranking is for National Advertising (excludes local advertising dollars)
Source
: Portada Ad-Tracking

For absolute dollar levels year on year growth comparisons and Q1 and Q2 2007 data, call Annette Fielman at (516) 396-0179 or e-mail her at annette@portada-online.com.

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