Advertising pilot in arena lobbies

Advertising is offered in four-month increments, in which a business can advertise in designated Strathcona County arena lobby spaces with pre-approved decals.

Strathcona County continues to take measures to support Alberta Health Services' direction to stop the spread of COVID-19. These measures may impact facility attendance rates and our advertising values for the Fall and Winter seasons have been adjusted to reflect this change. See the revised advertising inventory and values here:

Advertising Pilot inventory and values (22.6 KB)

Advertising in the recreation guide

Twice per year, Strathcona County circulates a magazine-style recreation guide to our recreation facilities that highlights recreation and culture registered program opportunities. We offer a section for advertising business-card style ads in our prints, and you can choose between the fall/winter and spring/summer editions depending on your marketing goals.

Learn more about advertising rates, deadlines and submit your request.

Advertising opportunities for local non-profit sport, recreation and culture groups

Please visit The Rec and Culture Network - community group Information to find out about advertising opportunities for local non-profit sport, recreation and culture groups.

Advertising at Festival Place

Advertising space is available in the Festival Place Christmas and Family Day weekend musical playbills.

  • 5000 playbills are printed for the Christmas musical
  • 2000 playbills are printed for the Family Day weekend musical

View advertising rates and deadlines (1.0 MB) .


Advertising with Transit

Advertising on Transit is a contracted service. There are three separate vendors depending on which media you are interested in advertising on. Pease contact the vendors directly as Transit does not act as an intermediary. Costs are determined by the vendors, and businesses will require a direct quote from each vendor to determine the real cost of production and advertising. 

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Last updated: Wednesday, November 16, 2022
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