The Lasso‘s ad rates are among the most affordable of Texas collegiate newspapers. The Lasso distributes 700 print issues per month to the Denton, Dallas and Houston campuses, and averages over 4,000 visitors to our website each fall and spring semester, where we publish news weekly.
If you are interested in placing an ad with The Lasso, fill out page two of the form below and email it to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re looking to place an online classified ad, visit our classifieds page.
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I have an academic gown that I would like to sell. Do you take personal classifieds?
Yes! Please contact our Ad Manager, Brittany Salisbury, at email@example.com.
My name is Edna Tijerina and I am the pageant coach for Arlington, Fort Worth and Irving Texas Latina Organization. I would like to know how I can go about advertising. I did see all the information and I would like to be contacted to send out more information. I currently have a Active Queen attending the University. We are an organization where we strive to support and uplift the Latina woman. With our help many doors open to the radio, tv, sponsorship community service. Our organization believes in being more than a model a Role Model.
Please have someone contact and we would like to advertise in your newsletter to recruit more young ladies to live and be in this amazing journey.
I am wanting to advertise in the paper for a banner size for my new boutique that is now open. I was already sent the Pricing Information. If someone could contact me back please. I am ready with payment.
Congratulations on your new boutique! If you could email Rhonda Ross, our Advisor, she will be able to get everything taken care of for you. If you would also send it to Emily Nickles, our Editor-in-Chief, that would be great. Their emails are firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
The TWU Fellowship is hosting the National Day of Prayer, May 4, 2017 with a Walk across TWU, beginning at the Little Chapel at noon that day. May we invite the campus to come?