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Facility Cleaning Decisions magazine covers all aspects of information for facility cleaning managers who work in schools/universities, medical facilities, commercial offices, retail, government, hospitality and industrial buildings. When it comes to the needs of facility cleaning managers, Facility Cleaning Decisions highlights the needs of these professionals by providing education, products and services that will continue to improve their department. Whether it’s profiling hot topics in the industry or putting emphasis on what’s trending, our content gives facility cleaning managers the tools to manage their facilities.

Facility Cleaning Decisions delivers original content with editorial quality at the highest standard. 86% of subscribers read their copy of Facility Cleaning Decisions magazine within the week they receive it. 76% of subscribers pick up or open their copy of Facility Cleaning Decisions two or more times.

Facility Cleaning Decisions is used by Decision Makers to Select and Purchase Products

88% use Facility Cleaning Decisions to learn about new products/brands

34% use Facility Cleaning Decisions to help in their product selection/purchase

23% have purchased products they saw advertised in Facility Cleaning Decisions

19% have recommended purchasing products they saw advertised in Facility Cleaning Decisions

Cleaning Products Purchased By Our Readers

Facility Cleaning Decisions readers will purchase a wide variety of cleaning products in the next 12 months.

Products
% that have/will be Purchased
Brooms & Brushes
84%
Carpet Care Chemicals
78%
Carpet Extractors
37%
Cleaning Carts
39%
Cleaners & Degreasers
84%
Disinfectants & Sanitizers
91%
Floor Care Chemicals
87%
Floor Machines
48%
Hand Dryers
23%
Hand Sanitizers
75%
Hand Soap
90%
Ice Melt Products
64%
Laundry and Warewashing Chemicals
47%
Machine/Equipment Batteries
67%
Matting
48%
Microfiber Products (mops, cloths, etc)
73%
Mops and Mopping Equipment (all types except Microfiber)
77%
Odor Control Products
62%
Paper Towels & Tissues
91%
Pest Control Products
38%
Restroom Cleaning Machines
30%
Safety Products and Equipment (signage, first aid kits, clean up kits etc.)
57%
Soap & Paper Dispensers
69%
Squeegees
57%
Uniforms
37%
Urinal Mats
37%
Vacuums
71%
Waste Handling Equipment (Receptacles/carts, Not liners)
47%

91% of readers took some purchasing actions after seeing ads in Facility Cleaning Decisions magazine in the past year.


Facility Cleaning Decisions Market Coverage

Market Segment
Facility Cleaning Decisions Readers
Medical
13,066
Educational
11,908
Commercial
5,540
Government
3,794
Industrial
1,763
Hospitality
1,395
Retail
618
Total
38,084

Cleaning & Maintenance Management has only 18,750 In-house readers

Building Services Management has only 23,031 In-house readers. In addition, only 11.7% of the recipients of Building Services Management have requested to receive the magazine! That means nearly 90% of the copies are delivered to recipients that did not request it.


Facility Cleaning Decisions Reader Samples

Health Care

(Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Medical Clinics)

Director of Environmental Services
John Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, MD

Director of Environmental Services
Osceola Medical Center
Kissimmee, FL

Director of Environmental Services
Sharon Regional Health System
Sharon, PA

Maintenance Manager
Mercy Hospital
Chicago, IL

Maintenance Supervisor
Mayo Clinic Health Systems
Saint James, MN

Director of Grounds and Buildings
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ

Maintenance Supervisor
LBJ General Hospital
Houston, TX

Environmental Services Manager
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Atlanta, GA

Education

(K-12 School Districts, Colleges & Universities)

Building Manager
Depaul University
Chicago, IL

Director of Facilities
Alabama A&M University
Normal, IL

Building Service Manager
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI

Building Services Manager
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Kansas City, MO

Chief Facilities Exec
Los Angeles Unified School District
Los Angeles, CA

Custodial Manager
University of California-Davis
Davis, CA

Maintenance Manager
Denver Public Schools
Denver, CO

Buildings and Grounds Director
Cincinnati City School District
Cincinnati, OH

Operations Manager
Texas A&M
College Station, TX

Industrial

(Offices of Manufacturing Firms, Plants, Utilities)

Maintenance Manager
Steel Technologies LLC
Eminence, KY

Maintenance Manager
Kraft Foods Global Inc.
Madison, WI

Facilities Supervisor
Petco Energy
Philadelphia, PA

Facilities Manager
Johnson Controls
Milwaukee, WI

Maintenance Supervisor
Lockheed Martin
King of Prussia, PA

Retail

(Shopping Centers, Malls, and Retail Chain Headquarters)

Director of Operations
Carson Pirie Scott & Co
Rockford, IL

Operations Director
Mall of America
Bloomington, MN

Regional Facility Manager
Kohl's
Rome, GA

Facilities Supervisor
IKEA
Fenton, MI

Facility Supervisor
Campbell Soup Company
Camden, NJ

Facilities Supervisor
LL Bean Inc
Freeport, ME

Facility Coordinator
Marc Jacobs International
New York, NY

Facility Operations Manager
Target Corporation
Shafter, CA

Hospitality

(Hotel, Motels, Restaurant Chains)

Director of Facilities
Circus Circus Hotel
Las Vegas, NV

Director of Environmental Services
Turning Stone Resort Casino
Verona, NY

Executive Housekeeper
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Fort Lauderdale, FL

VP Director of Facilities
Cavs Quicken Loans Arena
Cleveland, OH

Senior Vice President of Operations
Las Vegas Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV

VP of Facilities
Wyndham Worldwide
PJarsippany, NJ

Commercial

(Office Buildings, Real Estate/Property Management Firms, Financial Institutions, Civic/Convention Centers)

Facilities Director
Geico
Fredericksbug, VA

Facility Coordinator
Jones Lang Lasalle
Katy, TX

Facilities Supervisor
State Farm Insurance
Murfreesboro, TN

Manager of Building Services
Nationwide Insurance
Columbus, OH

Director of Operations
Transwestern
Baltimore, MD

Facility Manager
ABC News
Washington D.C.

Government

(Federal, State, County, Municipal, Airports & Military)

Building & Grounds Supervisor
Illinois State Police
Joliet, IL

Facilities Coordinator
State of Idaho
Boise, ID

Facility Services Manager
San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco, CA

Maintenance Manager
USPS
San Diego, CA

Building Manager
GSA
Brownsville, TX

Director of Custodial Services
NYCPD
New York, NY


2016 Facility Cleaning Decisions Editorial Calendar

February

Ad Close: 1/5/16
Materials Due: 1/11/16
Special Coverage
Workforce Engagement & Training
Facility Coverage
Overseeing Healthcare Operations
Cleaning Operations
Floor Care

Vacuums
Product Feature
Handwashing & Drying
Special Opportunities
Trending Now: Restroom Care

Case Study
Bonus Distribution
NFMT Baltimore

April

Ad Close: 3/4/16
Materials Due: 3/10/16
Cleaning Operations
Restroom Care

Carpet Care
Product Feature
Laundry
Special Opportunities
Case Study

May

Ad Close: 4/5/16
Materials Due: 4/11/16
Special Coverage
Green/Sustainable Initiatives
Cleaning Operations
Infection Control

Floor Pads & Brushes
Product Feature
Odor Control
Special Opportunities
Case Study

June

Ad Close: 5/5/16
Materials Due: 5/11/16
Special Coverage
2016 Facility Cleaning Manager Survey Results
Facility Coverage
Managing Educational Facilities
Cleaning Operations
Cleaners & Disinfectants

Technology, Software & Mobile Devices
Product Feature
Cleaning Carts & Caddies
Special Opportunities
Trending Now: Floor/Carpet Care

Case Study
Bonus Distribution
Green Clean Schools Summit

August

Ad Close: 7/5/16
Materials Due: 7/11/16
Facility Coverage
Overseeing Healthcare Operations
Cleaning Operations
Carpet Care

Pest Control
Product Feature
Soap & Hand Sanitizers
Special Opportunities
Case Study

September

Ad Close: 8/5/16
Materials Due: 8/11/16
Facility Coverage
Leading A Hospitality Department
Cleaning Operations
Floor Care Equipment

Restroom Care
Product Feature
Ice Melt
Special Opportunities
Case Study

October

Ad Close: 9/6/16
Materials Due: 9/12/16
Special Coverage
Manager of Distinction Award Winners Profiled

ISSA/INTERCLEAN® and IEHA Show Guide
Cleaning Operations
Floor & Carpet Care Chemicals
Product Feature
Hand Tools
Special Opportunities
Case Study
Bonus Distribution
ISSA/INTERCLEAN® Chicago

IEHA

NFMT Vegas

November

Ad Close: 10/5/16
Materials Due: 10/11/16
Special Coverage
Promoting Healthy Cleaning

ISSA/INTERCLEAN® Product Showcase
Facility Coverage
Managing Educational Facilities
Cleaning Operations
Paper Products & Dispensing

Waste Management & Recycling
Product Feature
Matting Systems
Special Opportunities
Trending Now: Infection Control


Issue
Special Coverage
Facility Coverage
Cleaning Operations
Product Feature
Special Opportunities
Bonus Distribution
February

Ad Close: 1/5/16
Materials Due: 1/11/16
Workforce Engagement & Training
Overseeing Healthcare Operations
Floor Care

Vacuums
Handwashing & Drying
Trending Now: Restroom Care

Case Study
NFMT Baltimore
April

Ad Close: 3/4/16
Materials Due: 3/10/16
 
 
Restroom Care

Carpet Care
Laundry
Case Study
 
May

Ad Close: 4/5/16
Materials Due: 4/11/16
Green/Sustainable Initiatives
 
Infection Control

Floor Pads & Brushes
Odor Control
Case Study
 
June

Ad Close: 5/5/16
Materials Due: 5/11/16
2016 Facility Cleaning Manager Survey Results
Managing Educational Facilities
Cleaners & Disinfectants

Technology, Software & Mobile Devices
Cleaning Carts & Caddies
Trending Now: Floor/Carpet Care

Case Study
Green Clean Schools Summit
August

Ad Close: 7/5/16
Materials Due: 7/11/16
 
Overseeing Healthcare Operations
Carpet Care

Pest Control
Soap & Hand Sanitizers
Case Study
 
September

Ad Close: 8/5/16
Materials Due: 8/11/16
 
Leading A Hospitality Department
Floor Care Equipment

Restroom Care
Ice Melt
Case Study
 
October

Ad Close: 9/6/16
Materials Due: 9/12/16
Manager of Distinction Award Winners Profiled

ISSA/INTERCLEAN® and IEHA Show Guide
 
Floor & Carpet Care Chemicals
Hand Tools
Case Study
ISSA/INTERCLEAN® Chicago

IEHA

NFMT Vegas
November

Ad Close: 10/5/16
Materials Due: 10/11/16
Promoting Healthy Cleaning

ISSA/INTERCLEAN® Product Showcase
Managing Educational Facilities
Paper Products & Dispensing

Waste Management & Recycling
Matting Systems
Trending Now: Infection Control

Case Study
 

With every ad you get:
A company listing, a link to your ad and a link to your site on 3 Facility Cleaning Decisions e-Update emails sent to 35,000 facility decision makers.
A company listing, a link to your ad and a link to your site on CleanLink.com with the issue


2016 Facility Cleaning Decisions Ad Rates

B&W
1X
3X
6X
9X
12X
18X
24X
Full Page
$8,270
$7,880
$7,545
$7,215
$6,885
$6,570
$6,265
2/3 Page
$6,470
$6,125
$5,935
$5,635
$5,400
$5,135
$4,940
1/2 Island
$5,340
$5,100
$4,885
$4,660
$4,435
$4,250
$4,050
1/2 Page
$4,745
$4,535
$4,340
$4,140
$3,940
$3,775
$3,600
1/3 Page
$3,440
$3,275
$3,150
$3,020
$2,870
$2,730
$2,610
1/4 Page
$2,770
$2,665
$2,540
$2,435
$2,315
$2,260
$2,140
1/6 Page
$2,130
$2,075
$1,985
$1,905
$1,815
$1,760
$1,675

Color
Page
Facing
4-Color Process (Full Page)
$3,020 extra
$2,205 extra
4-Color Fractional
$2,215 extra
$1,750 extra
2-Color Processed
$1,615 extra
$1,215 extra


2016 Facility Cleaning Decisions Mechanical Specs

Ad Sizes
Width
Depth
Bleed Page
8.125"
11"
Page Vertical
7"
10"
2/3 Page Vertical
4.5"
10"
1/2 Island
4.5"
7.5"
1/2 Page Vertical
3.312"
10"
1/2 Page Horizontal
7"
4.875"
1/3 Page Vertical
2.125"
10"
1/3 Page Square
4.5"
4.875"
1/4 Page Vertical
3.312"
4.875"
1/6 Page Vertical
2.125"
4.875"
1/6 Page Horizontal
4.5"
2.4375"

Mechanical Notes:

Publication trim size: 7.875x10.75
Bleed Page: 8.125 x 11
Trims to 7.875 x 10.75
Live Area: 7x10
Note: Pertinent matter on bleed advertisement must be kept at least 0.5 inch from image edge. Bleed trim is 0.125 inch.

2 Page Spread Bleed

Bleed 16 x 11 Trim 15.75 x 10.75
Live matter must be kept 0.5 inch away from untrimmed edge

Trim variance is 1/8 inch
Line screen: 133
Output Resolution: 2540
Max Ink Density: 300%
4-color rotation (wet) is black, cyan, magenta, yellow
Printing: Web-offset
Binding: Saddle stitched

Mechanical Requirements for Inserts:

Contact production manager for insert specifications (size, stock, binding, shipping). Sample of insert must be submitted to publisher for mechanical clearance and pricing.

Issuance and Closing Date

Mailing Date: 10th of month of issue
Closing Date: 5th of preceding month.
Cancellation Date: No cancellation after 5th of preceding month.

Sending Your Ad:

Upload files to www.tradepress.com/uploads or mail CD or DVD (please include a pdf soft proof when uploading ads). Sending a Revised Ad: Indicate revised files in the file name (Example: File Name_r1.pdf, _r2.pdf, _r3.pdf etc.)

Mailing & Shipping Instructions

Send all contracts, insertion orders and electronic ad materials to:
Production Manager
Facility Cleaning Decisions
2100 West Florist Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53209

For Questions:

Wendy Melnick, Production Manager
414.228.7701 x465
Email Print Production Manager

Guidelines for Submitting Electronic Ads

Acceptable File Types:

PDF: Embed all fonts, do not subset fonts. Be sure RGB graphics are converted to CMYK and 266 or higher resolution.
Color management should be disabled. Prefer properly sized, placeable image without slugs and printer marks. Printer marks are not required, but if used, they should be 0.25 from outside of trim. Preferred pdf format is Press Quality or PDF/X-1a:2001.

Adobe InDesign: Be sure to supply all fonts and graphics. Transparent effects will be flattened.

Adobe Illustrator and compatible EPS files: Be sure to supply all fonts and graphics or convert all type to outlines, and embed images. All transparent effects must be flattened.

Adobe Photoshop: We prefer flattened TIFF files. Native Photoshop files (.psd) or layered TIFF files (.tif) are acceptable. Be sure to supply all fonts or rasterize type layers. Image must be set to CMYK mode and be sure file is a minimum of 266 dpi at the final ad size.

QuarkXpress: Be sure to supply all fonts and graphics.

Production Charges: Charges will be added for conversion of files that do not follow the following requirements or for revisions/additions to furnished files. Ads that are not accompanied by the required proofs will be charged to have one made.

We cannot guarantee reproduction of ads that are set up incorrectly or missing the required proofs.

Acceptable Graphic Types:

Continuous tone/halftone: 266 dpi, black & white graphics must be set to grayscale mode, 4-color graphics must be set to cmyk mode, files saved as a TIFF or EPS. Do not save files with "JPEG" compression.

Lineart: 1200 dpi, must be set to bitmap mode, saved as tiff.

Vector graphics - 4 color graphics: colors must be cmyk breakdowns, saved as EPS.

Spot-color graphics: Colors must be set to appropriate spot colors, saved as EPS or DCS2. Vector graphics using transparent effects must be flattened.

Proofs Required:

All ads must be accompanied by a single page, composite proof. 4-color ads require a Digital Matchprint, Rainbow, Fuji or Kodak digital color proof. Color lasers will be used as a general color guide only, not for color matching. Spot-color ads require a composite, color proof indicating color usage. Black and white lasers are acceptable for grayscale ads.

The above types of color proofs must be provided with color ads. If one is not provided, one will be made at a cost of $50.00 net.

Ads must be accompanied by the proofs specified above to guarantee satisfactory reproduction.

General

Publisher's Copy Protective Clause: Advertiser and advertising agency assume liability for all content of advertisements printed, and also assume responsibility for any claims arising therefrom made against the publisher. Publisher reserves the right to reject any advertising. Publisher is not responsible for errors in key numbers or index of advertisers.

Short Rates and Rebates: Advertisers will be short rated if within the 12-month period they do not use the number of insertions upon which their billings have been based. Advertisers will be rebated if within the 12-month period they have used sufficient insertions to earn a lower frequency rate appearing on this card.

Rate Protection Clause: A minimum of 90 days notice will be given preceding any rate increase. On effective date of new rates, earned frequency on space run to date will apply to new rates. Contracts in force at time of rate announcement will be honored.

Publisher reserves right to hold advertiser and/or its advertising agency jointly and severally liable for such monies as are due and payable to the publisher.