Leon Henry Debuts Conservative Ride-Along

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Leon Henry Inc., Hartsdale, NY, was named manager of the new-to-market Human Events newspaper ride-along program through its LH Management division. The program offers 2.8 million annual insertions at a cost of $60/M.


The Human Events newspaper calls itself the national conservative weekly and covers politics, government, political campaigns and legislation. It reaches 65,000-70,000 readers weekly. Subscribers are 66 percent male with an average age of 55 and average subscription rate of $75 yearly.


Leon Henry suggests this program for politically conservative offers as well as books, health products, travel, patriotic items and gardening products.


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