The Desert Shamrock’s Arizona-based circulation is 10,000+ up to 20,000+ in March for St. Patrick’s events. There are over 250+ locations throughout metro Phoenix (the Valley) including area hotels, Arizona State University, and key cities of Tucson, Prescott, Sedona, and Flagstaff. New partnerships are being forged with public and private enterprises to significantly expand availability and readership.

Besides print subscribers, a digital e-Magazine is posted for each edition with national and international readership.

Thousands of copies are distributed at Celtic events throughout the State such as the St. Patrick’s Festival in Tucson; Arizona Highland Celtic Festival in Flagstaff; Celtic Harvest Festival in Sedona; Glenmorangie Scottish Gathering & Highland Games; Irish Network Phoenix business meetings; Celtic concerts at a variety of venues; the Arizona Colleen and Rose of Tralee Selection; and many more.

Although primarily a “free” publication, paid subscriptions continue to grow with a Mail to Your Home or Business feature. The email base is expanding with advertising blasts available via Constant Contact; it is highly targeted with those specifically attentive to anything Celtic. With the digital version, we are building our national and international readership as well.

Your message has the potential to reach 40,000+ interested readers 6 times a year. If you want to market your product(s) and/or service(s) to the Celtic Community, you will not find a more cost-effective way to reach them than by advertising in this magazine-newspaper. The Desert Shamrock provides a means to give you exposure to a loyal base of supporters.

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