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Issue Date July/August 2020. Reserve Space by June 26.  Materials Due July 2.

Get Featured on the Front Cover of CE’s Special 200th Issue!

For more than 17 years Construction Executive has been informing, educating and inspiring the construction industry’s top leaders. This August, join the excitement as CE celebrates its 200th issue!

Don’t miss this opportunity to align yourself with the industry’s most trusted source for construction news, market developments and business trends and get your company name on the front cover as a 200th issue sponsor.

Full-page advertisers in July/August are invited to upgrade to a sponsorship. This special double-issue includes:

  • Construction Accounting special section
  • The Top 50 Construction Accounting Firms
  • Profiles in Productivity special section
  • Rapid Response: Contractors Help Facility Owners to Support the “New Normal”

Your Logo, Company Name, and Top Exec will be Prominently Displayed

After seeing your company name on the 200th issue front cover, readers will turn the page to find your logo, company name and top exec prominently displayed on a special thank you page from CE’s Editor-in-Chief.

Reserve your ad and sponsorship today to stand out from your peers in this exciting double issue!

Reserve a full page now in the July/August special section of your choice.

2020 Construction Accounting Special Section
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Or choose your ad size below. Reserve now to get preferred ad positioning in the 200th issue!

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200TH ISSUE SPONSORSHIP

$1,500*

Includes:

  • Company Name on Front Cover of CE’s 200th Issue
  • Company Logo with Link on Inside Front Cover
  • Special Thanks from CE’s Editor-In-Chief

*Advertisers must purchase a full-page or spread in this issue to add this sponsorship.

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