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Support local business and non-profits by partnering with The Apopka Voice for your targeted, online marketing solutions.

Click here for the 2022 Media Kit with stats, prices and packages 


2 AD SAMPLES - same ad, different sizes, different prices

Size 1120 x 250 - Exclusive ad on MAIN NAVIGATION PAGES, anchored top-of-page:  $250/month - click here to see how it looks on the MAIN Business page

This exclusive top-of-page ad space is available on ALL main navigation pages (News, Business, Health, Government, Education, Opinion, Politics, Faith & Inspiration, and all drop-down categories from these, as well as under Extras in main navigation bar).


NEW! Size 1120 x 180 - Exclusive ad on BONUS CONTENT PAGES, anchored top-of-page:  $100/month - click here to see how it looks on the BONUS CONTENT Money Matters page

This exclusive top-of-page ad space is available on ALL bonus content pages found at the base of Homepage (Pets, More Travel, More Home, Food, Gardening, More Health, Green Living, Jobs & Education, Kids & Family, Money Matters, Seniors).


With 24/7 digital advertising and promotion strategies, including run-of-site display ads, gif and video digital media, with click-through technology that takes your customers directly to your website or social media page, The Apopka Voice is a great choice for local business.

In addition, we provide a platform for you to be the “local expert” in your field by communicating your expertise directly to the community through informative and inspirational articles, press releases, event promotion and more.

Advertising through our digital media platform allows us to track your impact via Google analytics, website data and social media engagement statistics. Your ads remain in front of the community 24/7 rather than tossed in the trash, allowing you ongoing, creative means to connect in a way that cuts through the clutter and obtain real, tangible results.

How we support Apopka charities & student journalists in 2022

When COVID-19 hit in 2020, local nonprofit organizations became increasingly vital to Apopka, due to the increased amount of people in need. That's why The Apopka Voice began a more concerted effort in 2021 to support key charities and the work they do.

As 2022 arrived, we realized the challenges facing our community have not subsided. While much has improved with testing and vaccinations, the economy will still be recovering for a good bit yet, and businesses and families will continue to feel the challenges through it all. We believe the role of our local non-profits to the underserved in our community continues to be vitally important, and why we want to keep doing everything possible to help ensure their success. We believe that, as we are all trying to find our footing again, we will be able to do so better when we work together. We will grow stronger and meet our challenges more equipped as we link arms in every way we can. 

While in 2021The Apopka Voice donated a percentage of our local advertising revenues to support four key charities - Loaves & Fishes, Florida Farmworkers Association, Hope CommUnity Center and Habitat for Humanity Seminole-Apopka - we are expanding our support in more tangible ways for 2022. 

Every 1-2 months we will select an Apopka non-profit to provide encouragement and support by providing the following: 

  • 15% of every local advertising dollar for that month(s) will be donated to the charity selected
  • 1-2 months of the Premium Strategy ad package will be donated to them - includes 5 ads on our website, 4 social media ads, 1 newsletter ad, and 4 articles published and shared  on all channels ($575 value)
  • Graphic design services for their ad package will be provided as needed ($50 value)
  • And we will also write an article spotlighting the accomplishments & needs of the non-profit and share it everywhere - our website, newsletter, and all social media channels 

So far for 2022 we have been thrilled to  provide this advertising partnership to the following non-profits:

Jan & Feb: St. Mary Protectoress Ukrainian Catholic Church

March & April: Re-Imagine Communities

May & June:  Candy's Cat

July, August, September: (1) Armando Borjas Foundation; (2) Avian Reconditioning Center; (3) 8 Cents in a Jar - look for their ads and articles coming soon!

Recommendations are definitely welcomed, so please drop us an email info@theapopkavoice.com or text (407) 415-6218. We would love to learn how an Apopka non-profit has helped you or someone you care about, and find ways to encourage them in their work. 

Interning Correspondents: Our commitment to young journalists continues

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Last year was our inaugural internship program, and we couldn't be more thrilled with the students we were blessed to work with over the summer and fall.  Each one brought such enthusiasm to learn real-world skills, inspired us with their creative ideas, were spot-on with their professionalism and reporting, and made "team meetings" something we actually looked forward to! We have nothing but appreciation to the colleges and universities we partnered with to do this, but reserve our deepest joy and thanks to these great students:

  • Mickenzie Hannon - Valencia & University of Florida - Journalism 
  • Matthew Hughes - University of Central Florida - Journalism
  • Crystal Jacome - Full Sail University - Broadcasting & Videography 
  • Estefania Lazaro - Full Sail University - Marketing 
  • Nathaniel Marrero - Valencia Community College & UCF - Journalism
  • Ava Niemeyer - Forest Lake Academy - Journalism 
  • Tristan Robinson - University of Central Florida - Creative Writing & Journalism
  • Yasmene Warren - University of Central Florida - Journalism

Because of this rewarding first experience working with student interns, we're fully on board to continue and grow this program in 2022. You can learn more about our focus on providing students with real-world experience, mentoring, and opportunities for publishing and building their portfolios. And if you know a potential student candidate - please do let us know and we'll reach out to them. We're already excited to have begun our 2022 team-building:

  • Katelyn Colley - University of Central Florida - Journalism

Typically our interns are studying journalism, communications, digital media, and/or business, and are either enrolled in studies or recently graduated. We have been an approved business organization to work with student interns since 2021, partnering with Full Sail University, Seminole Community College, University of Central Florida, Valencia Community College, and Rollins College. Occasionally we also take on high school interns who are especially recommended and qualified. 

For more information, to ask questions, or brainstorm ideas for your business, please contact Megan Garcia, Director of Advertising and Marketing, at: (321) 277-6658 or email info@theapopkavoice.com. We’d love to partner with you in connecting neighbors, growing customers, and making clients for life!