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CONGRESSIONAL QUARTERLY WEEKLY REPORT ANNOUNCES THEIR SPECIAL 'FIRST 100 DAYS' ADVERTISING INCENTIVE PLAN

 WASHINGTON, Nov. 23 ~PRNewswire~ -- Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, the 47-year-old weekly magazine which chronicles congressional and political affairs, announced their newest advertising incentive program designed to parallel the "First 100 Days" of the Clinton administration.
 The Clinton administration has talked extensively about the legislative goals they plan to meet within the first 100 days of the presidency. CQ Weekly Report realizes that this will be a crucial time for advertisers to get their message to the newly elected president and members of Congress.
 The "First 100 Days" incentive plan is a bonus page offer that will apply to the first 16 weekly issues of CQ Weekly Report in 1993 -- January, February, March and selected issues in April. Any advertiser running 2 to 3 pages within those specified issues will receive 1 bonus page and any advertiser running 4 to 6 pages will receive 2 bonus pages.
 "Advocacy advertisers have a unique window of opportunity to influence the political dialogue and legislative agenda during these 'first 100 days' of the new administration," said CQ Advertising Director Robert Wallace.
 "Our bonus page plan will encourage ad placement early in 1993 and give participating advertisers an extra message later in the year at no cost," Wallace added.
 Readers of CQ Weekly Report include 100 percent of U.S. Senate members and 99 percent of U.S. House members. The 1993 rate for a full page, black and white ad is $6,800 and four color is $9,400. CQ Weekly Report can accept materials as late as 3 days prior to issue date. For positioning requests and other information, contact the CQ Weekly Report advertising department at 202-822-1440.
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 ~CONTACT: Robert Wallace, ad director, Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, 202-822-1440~


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