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Reiner magazine available in digital format

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – There’s something new at nrha.com – new, digitally enhanced issues of the NRHA Reiner. Look for the NRHA Reiner magazine flipping-page icon on the right side of the homepage to enjoy a new magazine experience. Just click on the icon and the entire NRHA Reiner September issue with digital enhancements throughout the magazine appears. It is an experience in technology that the Reiner staff hopes will intrigue, entertain and inform while providing important information from the National Reining Horse Association and NRHA Reiner advertisers.

Some NRHA ads feature links to videos such as those on pages 156, 181,185 and 187. Articles can be accessed from the Table of Contents, while the Advertisers Index links their pages as well. The NRHA Reiner Design Group can embed video, audio and flash animation, or link pages to outside sources. NRHA Reiner advertisers will get even more for their advertising dollars.

Standard features available to advertisers include Web site links, drop-down menus, keyword searches and social media links. Add-on features include embedded video, embedded audio, e-cards and flash animation. Best of all – readers get the same NRHA Reiner as it appears in print, but with all the bells and whistles.

As always, if you want to schedule an ad please contact Advertising Manager Sharon Barr: advertising@nrha.com or 419-628-3711 or Advertising Account Executive Chris Maedche: doubleoranch@hotmail.com or 505-865-7050. Be sure and let us know what you think of the new Digital NRHA Reiner by emailing ctrimmer@nrha.com.


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