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The New Orleans Saints Gamedayprogram is sold at every home game played in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome from preseason through the playoffs, also distributed in all of the suites and the press box. With coach bios, team rosters, depth charts and featured players, Gameday is a keepsake for the “Who Dat Nation,” and major NFL sponsors.
The official New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival program, the only magazine distributed at the fest. With artist features, a pullout map and music schedule, food and culture tent information and so much more, this magazine is the go-to guide for more than a hundred thousand attendees every year.
The Jefferson Review is the annual membership directory and magazine of the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce, one of the top chambers in the U.S. The chamber’s annual report, membership directory and features provide the community with important economic developments affecting the region. The Jefferson Review is relevant all year and distributed across the state to influential businesses and policy makers.
The Gateway Review is a new annual publication of the Port of New Orleans, combining reporting and updates from Port Record and Port Directory into one comprehensive resource magazine. Read by PortNOLA board members, tenants, partners and employees, Gateway Review is an industry resource for Louisiana’s prominent maritime community.
Greater New Orleans, Inc.’s new publication REGION will serve as a valuable resource to both the general public and the business community, showcasing the economic development alliance’s efforts and impact in the 10-parish region of Southeast Louisiana.
Published quarterly and mailed across the state, Ochsner Magazine shares personal, heartfelt stories about patient experiences and their caring doctors, along with health tips and recipes. Ochsner is recognized for quality care performance across 14 procedures and conditions. Ochsner facilities also rank in the “Top 5% and “Top 10% of the Nation” across seven areas.
Lagniappe is the quarterly member magazine of the Junior League of New Orleans. Each issue of Lagniappe aims to educate the community about the organization’s mission, projects and activities. Lagniappe is distributed to individual members and partnership organizations throughout the city.
The Roosevelt Review showcases the history, glamour and prestige presented at The Roosevelt Hotel of New Orleans. Relax and unwind at the spa, dine in at Domenica and entertain in the Blue Room, and take a piece of this hotel’s rich history with you. Every room in The Roosevelt has a copy for guests to enjoy. Give it a read to discover New Orleans’ deep ties with this Waldorf Astoria hotel.
For more than 10 years, the Port of South Louisiana, the largest tonnage port in the Western Hemisphere, has published Port Log, a quarterly magazine highlighting businesses that work up and down the port’s 54-mile district and t The winter issue of Port Log also includes the port’s membership directory.
The International Freight Forwarders & Customs Brokers Association of New Orleans (IFFCBANO) is made up of customs brokers and international freight forwarders who engage in transportation and trade of global businesses and services throughout all U.S. ports. The annual IFFCBANO directory mails to all members and organizations associated with the global trade industry.
The EAST magazine, published biannually by The East New Orleans Business Development District (East NOLA BDD) shares stories highlighting and promoting business innovations, infrastructure improvements, and aesthetic enhancements on-going in East New Orleans. The East NOLA BDD includes credible and respected business and civic leaders with a track record of garnering the support, partnerships and resources to implement a targeted economic revitalization strategy.
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana cultivates partnerships and collaboration across the state. There are Hispanic origins from more than 21 countries represented in Louisiana as business owners and hardworking employees supported by HCCL. This is the chamber’s annual directory magazine and resource guide to minority-owned and supported businesses across the state.
International visitors to the U.S. are finding a shopping paradise in Louisiana – providing a sales tax refund for international shoppers on purchases made at over 1,500 stores. The Louisiana Tax Free guide is a comprehensive directory found in in every Louisiana visitor center as well as in most hotels and attractions frequented by tourists.
New Orleans Ballet
Renaissance Publishing is proud to support the arts by producing the New Orleans Ballet (NOBA) season program guide. NOBA is the Central Gulf region’s premiere presenting and service organization dedicated solely to the art of dance.
New Orleans Opera Association
Keeping with the New Orleans Opera Association’s overall mission of connecting all people with the joy of opera, each edition of the program spotlights the cast and crew members, donors, communities and organizations who help bring these productions to life.
Gulf South LGBT Chamber
The Gulf South LGBT Chamber is a network of LGBTQ+ and ally business owners, corporate partners, and community leaders that support economic development and equality. The annual Business Guide + Directory is the first resource of its kind in the Gulf South region, combining resources, interviews and informational features that spotlight the wealth of opportunities available for LGBTQ+ businesses and consumers.
techniques is the official technical journal of the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Associated. Published quarterly, each issue of techniques features articles that cover technical aspects of track and field and cross country events, training methods, psychological development of athletes, facility enhancement and more.
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