Advertise with us

North Bank Magazine and North Bank Now provide a combination of readers and website visitors that leverage your advertising investment efficiently while targeting the most attractive consumers on the mighty Columbia River’s north bank.

Our North Bank audience is more interested in going out than watching videos. After a day hike on the trails, you’ll find us relaxing at a locally owned restaurant or coffee house. An afternoon of shopping downtown will end at a new brewpub. A day out with the kids means hitting the rock climbing gym, a local family farm or putting a kayak into the lake. Our pace is fast and our dollars stay local.

Call now to advertise with us and we’ll help customize an advertising program for you that is affordable, targets the audience you want to reach and builds your business.

North Bank Now

North Bank Now is your source for places to play, hike, dine, drink, discover, shop, see, relax, learn and occasionally volunteer (because nothing feels as good as giving back). Every day, we’ll post new events, happenings, and classes, as well as lively restaurant and retail reviews. We’re North Bank Magazine’s digital sister, preserving the publication’s spirit while providing an up-to-the-minute guide to what’s happening on the North Bank.

North Bank Magazine

This dynamic, colorful quarterly highlights the region’s many urban treasures for the growing number of sophisticated residents who now call the north bank of the Columbia River home.

Each North Bank issue has a special theme set off by great photography and tips on local sweet spots. Defining where and how we live, the quarterly editions feature stories about day and night life, weekend getaways as well as great events and the unique individuals who make this place special.

Who reads North Bank Magazine?

Every quarter, more than 30,000 readers are enjoying the only publication dedicated to life on the north bank of the Columbia River. Complimentary copies of North Bank Magazine are available at coffee shops, retail stores, restaurants and in office lobbies across the region — 200 individual locations.

Here’s a brief profile of the North Bank reader:

  • Nearly 70% of our readers are 30 to 50 years young
  • 75% of readers exceeds $60,000 of Household Income
  • More than twice as many North Bank readers than the marketplace as a whole have college degrees and a quarter think of themselves as lifelong learners
  • 33% of North Bank readers are owners and managers of local businesses

For our publishing dates, editorial calendar and rate packages for print and online contact one of our advertising account managers:

Irene Pettengill, 360.448.6013, cell 503.866.8337