The Community Voice/La Voz Magazine continues to be unequaled in it’s ability to reach the vast majority of Hispanic Americans residing in Metropolitan Grand Rapids and the balance of Michigan. Both recent immigrants and 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation Hispanic Americans are reached through our bilingual publication. We are the largest full color, bilingual and free publication circulated in West Michigan and have built up an impressive portfolio of advertisers which demonstrates the confidence of advertisers promoting their entities within our pages.
You need only review our pages to see the vast number of high profile companies that are currently advertising including Gun Lake Casino, Spectrum Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Michigan Lottery, Kalamazoo Community College, Brann’s Steakhouse & Grille, Grand Valley State University, and The Rapid, etc. This speaks volumes to the vetting process we have gone through successfully to garner their respect and advertising.
About Our Readers:
Our readership is primarily Hispanic American reflecting the statistical demographics of Michigan which mirror the national statistical distribution of sub-national groups represented among Hispanic Americans nationwide.
Since 3/4ths of Michigan’s Hispanic population is Mexican and the average age of Mexican decent Hispanics is 27 years of age according to a most recent Pew Hispanic Center research study, we estimate our readers share this demographic. The Community Voice/La Voz is generally read by 18-44 year olds as a target audience, however we receive positive feedback from 45-70 year-olds in our feedback forums.