Alert to Our Advertisers...
June/July Space Is Sold Out!
No other magazine turns down advertising, but Our Wisconsin does. The reason’s simple. While other magazines print 60% ad pages Our Wiscsonsin carries just 25% ads. That gives our subscribers a lot of great reading. And our advertisers appreciate not having their messages buried in myriads of other ads. It’s a win-win! In reaching this limit, we’re sorry to say we can accept no more in our next issue. But for folks who may be thinking of advertising in future issues, it’s best to lock it down now. Readers and advertisers both have made Our Wisconsin the most popular publication devoted to this state. Thanks for being part of this positive story!
To a publication that in 2 short years has become the most popular general-interest magazine devoted to the Badger State.
Our Wisconsin is colorful…it’s conversational….and it’s the first magazine that brings together readers from across the state to share stories and photos that show why life in Wisconsin is truly special.
If you live in Wisconsin, you know what we mean!
In this publication you’ll find stories that are 100% positive and filled with fun. It’s armchair reading you’re sure to enjoy because it’s lighthearted, honest and real.
With so many voices in the blend, Our Wisconsin is much more than a magazine. It’s a friendly conversation among neighbors. We’re confident this is the only magazine that combines feature stories from avid Harley riders and our gentle Amish neighbors. Now that’s diverse…and it’s real-life Wisconsin.
Issue after issue, Our Wisconsin is positively packed with lively stories and vivid color photos that make you proud of this great state we call…Our Wisconsin.
Fun Features in Our Current Issue…
Like a Kid at a Candy Counter. This reader recalls being one every day when she worked at the Kimberly Sweet Shop.
The Wishing Tree of Waunakee. Your every wish is welcome at the little tree on Main Street...it’s true!
Getting the Point.Sauk County history hunter has a sharp eye for relics from Wisconsin’s distant past.
An Apple a Day...for 40 Years? Grateful couple has harvested a bushel of memories on their little orchard near Antigo.
Flying High, Worldwide. Wisconsin native Betty Gregg was once part of “the greatest daredevil act ever”.
When Dad Decided to Hangar Up.There was no airport in Gillett, but that didn’t stop this budding pilot.
It’s Showtime at Fred’s Basement Bijou.Racine resident has a home theater unlike any you’ve ever seen.
Gentle Horses, Giant Friendships. Somehow they sense that the riders they carry have unique needs.
Selling Gas and Groceries in Vacationland. Decades later, residents of Conover remember Milwaukeeans Al and Esther Eberle.
And More! Click here to see!