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Facility Cleaning Decisions Advantages

“Facilities Cleaning Decisions magazine has been a valuable tool for me the past several years. The articles provide quick information for me to remind myself of important cleaning and up-to-date industry topics. I often print out for my supervisors and forward to peers via networking. Also, it has a good balance of advertisements giving me information of manufacturer products that I may not be aware and may help solve an issue I may be experiencing. ”

Michael Jones, Director of Custodial Services, Columbia Public Schools, Columbia MO

Facility Cleaning Decisions covers all aspects of information for facility cleaning managers in schools/universities, medical facilities, commercial offices, retail, government, hospitality and industrial buildings. Advertisements in Facility Cleaning Decisions are effective.


FCD delivers original content with editorial quality at the highest standard. 81% of subscribers report opening their copy of FCD two or more times. 83% of subscribers indicated FCD helps them in learning about new products. After seeing ads of interest in Facility Cleaning Decisions, 87% of subscribers refer to the manufacturer's website.

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

83% use Facility Cleaning Decisions to learn about new products/brands

58% use Facility Cleaning Decisions to help in researching products

30% use Facility Cleaning Decisions to help with purchasing products and services

Cleaning Products Purchased By Our Readers

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

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


Products
% that have/will be Purchased
Brooms & Brushes
88%
Carpet Care Chemicals
80%
Carpet Extractors
41%
Cleaning Carts
47%
Cleaners & Degreasers
89%
Disinfectants & Sanitizers
94%
Facility Management Software
13%
Floor Care Chemicals
86%
Floor Machines
57%
Floor PAds & Brushes
83%
Food Service Disposables (cutlery, cups, plates, napkins, etc.)
18%
Hand Dryers
25%
Hand Sanitizers
80%
Hand Soap
93%
Ice Melt Products
67%
Laundry and Warewashing Chemicals
48%
Laundry Products (carts, bins, tables, etc.)
17%
Liners
82%
Machine/Equipment Batteries
55%
Matting
56%
Microfiber Products (mops, cloths, etc)
73%
Mops and Mopping Equipment (all types except Microfiber)
79%
Odor Control Products
66%
Paper Towels & Tissues
95%
Pest Control Products
52%
Protective Clothing (earplugs, eye care, masks, gloves, garments, etc.)
76%
Restroom Cleaning Machines
30%
Safety Products and Equipment (signage, first aid kits, clean up kits etc.)
62%
Soap & Paper Dispensers
78%
Squeegees
65%
Uniforms
42%
Urinal Mats
39%
Vacuums
76%
Waste Handling Equipment (Receptacles/carts, Not liners)
49%
Wet Wipes
44%


Facility Cleaning Decisions Market Coverage

Market Segment
Facility Cleaning Decisions Readers
Medical
12,685
Educational
10,776
Commercial
4,886
Government
3,426
Industrial
1,894
Hospitality
1,197
Retail
636
Total
35,500

Cleaning & Maintenance Management has only 18,007 In-house readers.

Building Services Management has only 18,789 In-house readers. In addition, only 2.9% (876) of the recipients of Building Services Management have requested to receive the magazine! That means 97% of the copies are delivered to recipients that did not ever request to receive it. In the past 12 months, just 213 people total have requested to receive the magazine.


Facility Cleaning Decisions Reader Samples

Health Care

(Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Medical Clinics)

Director Maintenance Services
Shriner's Hospital
Tampa, FL

Director of Environmental Services
Osceola Medical Center
Kissimmee, FL

Maintenance Manager
Mercy Hospital
Chicago, IL

Director of Maintenance
Princeton Care Center
Princeton, NJ

Director of Environmental Services
Good Samaritan Society
Saint Paul, MN

Maintenance Supervisor
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD

Director Of Facility Services
Childrens Hospital
Philadelphia, PA

Director of Environmental Services
Univ Of Michigan Hospital
Ann Arbor, MI

Education

(K-12 School Districts, Colleges & Universities)

Building Manager
DePaul University
Chicago, IL

Building Service Manager
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI

Building Services Manager
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Indianapolis, IN

Chief Facilities Officer
Miami Dade County Public Schools
Miami, FL

Buildings and Grounds Director
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI

Operations Manager
Texas A&M
College Station, TX

Supt. of Building Services
University Of Illinois
Urbana, IL

Dir. Supv. Custodial Services Sarasota
Sarasota County
Schools, FL

Industrial

General Maintenance Mgr
Kia Motors
West Point, GA

Maintenance Manager
Steel Technologies LLC
Eminence, KY

Maintenance Supervisor
Kraft Foods Global Inc.
Madison, WI

Facilities Supervisor
QVC
Westchester, PA

Director of Operations
Johnson Controls
Milwaukee, WI

Maintenance Supervisor
Lockheed Martin
King of Prussia, PA

Retail

(Shopping Centers, Malls, and Retail Chain Headquarters)

Facility Maintenance Manager
Dollar Tree Inc.
Lancaster, CA

Facility Director
Marc Jacobs International 
New York, NY

Team Lead Facilities
Kohls Dept Stores
Menomonee Falls, WI

Senior Regional Maintenance Manager
Giant Eagle Inc
Pittsburgh, PA

Sr. Director Facilities Services
Wal Mart Stores Inc
Bentonville, AR

Sr. Manager Store Facilities
Ross Stores Inc
Dublin, CA

Hospitality

Manager Facilities Maintenance
Hardrock Hotel And Casino
Atlantic City, NJ

Building Superintendent
Los Angeles Convention Center
Los Angeles, CA

VP of Maintenance & Engineering
Disneyland
Anaheim, CA

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

VP of Facilities
Wyndham Worldwide
Parsippany, NJ

Director of Facility Maintenance
DoubleTree
Newark, CA

Commercial

Facilities Director
Geico 
Fredericksburg, VA

Facilities Supervisor
State Farm Insurance
Winter Haven, FL

Manager of Building Services
Nationwide Insurance
Columbus, OH

Manager Facilities Services
Johnson & Johnson
Skillman, NJ

Director Of Maintenance
Cushman & Wakefield
Bloomington, MN

Director Of Maintenance
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
Saint Louis, MO

Government

Supervisory Building Manager
Dept Of Defense
Centreville, VA

Building Management Specialist
Us Dept Of State
Washington DC

Facilities Administrator
State Of Connecticut
Hartford, CT

Building Operations Officer
Federal Reserve Bank
New York, NY

Deputy Director Of Maintenance
Texas Department Of Criminal Justice
Huntsville, TX

Maintenance Manager
City Of Orlando
Orlando, FL

Director of Maintenance
Denver Intl Airport
Denver, CO

Airport Maintenance Supt.
Los Angeles World Airports
Los Angeles, CA


Print

2018 Facility Cleaning Decisions Editorial Calendar

February

Ad Close: 1/5/18
Materials Due: 1/11/18
Facility Coverage
Overseeing Healthcare Operations
Cleaning Operations
Floor Care

Vacuums

Handwashing & Drying
Special Opportunities
Trending Now: Restroom Care

Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
Bonus Distribution
NFMT Baltimore
Online Coverage
Healthy Schools Email

MARCH
Online Coverage
Webcast

Top Products

April

Ad Close: 3/6/18
Materials Due: 3/12/18
Facility Coverage
Managing Colleges & Universities
Cleaning Operations
Restroom Care

Carpet Care

Pest Management
Special Opportunities
Trending Now: Infection Control

Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column

May

Ad Close: 4/5/18
Materials Due: 4/11/18
Facility Coverage
Overseeing Healthcare Operations
Cleaning Operations
Cleaners & Disinfectants

Floor Pads & Brushes
Special Opportunities
Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
Online Coverage
Webcast

Healthy Schools Email

June

Ad Close: 5/7/18
Materials Due: 5/11/18
Special Coverage
2018 Facility Cleaning Manager Survey Results
Facility Coverage
Managing K-12 & Higher Ed Facilities
Cleaning Operations
Infection Control

Hand Dryers
Special Opportunities
Trending Now: Floor Care

Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
Bonus Distribution
Green Clean Schools Leadership Summit
Online Coverage
Top Products

JULY
Online Coverage
Webcast

August

Ad Close: 7/5/18
Materials Due: 7/11/18
Special Coverage
Green & Sustainable Initiatives
Facility Coverage
Overseeing Health & Longterm Care Operations
Cleaning Operations
Engineered Water

Cleaning Carts & Caddies

Soap & Hand Sanitizers
Special Opportunities
Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
Online Coverage
Healthy Schools Email

September

Ad Close: 8/7/18
Materials Due: 8/13/18
Facility Coverage
Leading A Hospitality Department
Cleaning Operations
Floor Care Equipment

Restroom Care
Special Opportunities
Trending Now: Carpet Care

Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
Online Coverage
Webcast

Top Products

October

Ad Close: 9/5/18
Materials Due: 9/11/18
Special Coverage
ISSA/INTERCLEAN Show Guide

IEHA Show Guide
Facility Coverage
Overseeing Healthcare Operations
Cleaning Operations
Floor & Capret Care Chemicals

Ultraviolet (UV) Technology
Special Opportunities
Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
Bonus Distribution
ISSA/INTERCLEAN

IEHA

NFMT Vegas
Online Coverage
ISSA Coverage

IEHA Coverage

ISSA Product Express

November

Ad Close: 10/5/18
Materials Due: 10/11/18
Special Coverage
ISSA/INTERCLEAN Product Showcase
Facility Coverage
Managing Educational Facilities
Cleaning Operations
Paper Products & Dispensing

Waste Management & Recycling

Matting
Special Opportunities
Trending Now: Infection Control

Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
Online Coverage
Healthy Schools Email

DECEMBER
Online Coverage
Top Products

Month
Special Coverage
Facility Coverage
Cleaning Operations
Special Opportunities
Bonus Distribution
Online Coverage
January
February

Ad Close: 1/5/18
Materials Due: 1/11/18
 
Overseeing Healthcare Operations
Floor Care

Vacuums

Handwashing & Drying
Trending Now: Restroom Care

Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
NFMT Baltimore
Healthy Schools Email
March
Webcast

Top Products
April

Ad Close: 3/6/18
Materials Due: 3/12/18
 
Managing Colleges & Universities
Restroom Care

Carpet Care

Pest Management
Trending Now: Infection Control

Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
 
 
May

Ad Close: 4/5/18
Materials Due: 4/11/18
 
Overseeing Healthcare Operations
Cleaners & Disinfectants

Floor Pads & Brushes
Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
 
Webcast

Healthy Schools Email
June

Ad Close: 5/7/18
Materials Due: 5/11/18
2018 Facility Cleaning Manager Survey Results
Managing K-12 & Higher Ed Facilities
Infection Control

Hand Dryers
Trending Now: Floor Care

Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
Green Clean Schools Leadership Summit
Top Products
July
Webcast
August

Ad Close: 7/5/18
Materials Due: 7/11/18
Green & Sustainable Initiatives
Overseeing Health & Longterm Care Operations
Engineered Water

Cleaning Carts & Caddies

Soap & Hand Sanitizers
Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
 
Healthy Schools Email
September

Ad Close: 8/7/18
Materials Due: 8/13/18
 
Leading A Hospitality Department
Floor Care Equipment

Restroom Care
Trending Now: Carpet Care

Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
 
Webcast

Top Products
October

Ad Close: 9/5/18
Materials Due: 9/11/18
ISSA/INTERCLEAN Show Guide

IEHA Show Guide
Overseeing Healthcare Operations
Floor & Capret Care Chemicals

Ultraviolet (UV) Technology
Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature

GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
ISSA/INTERCLEAN

IEHA

NFMT Vegas
ISSA Coverage

IEHA Coverage

ISSA Product Express
November

Ad Close: 10/5/18
Materials Due: 10/11/18
ISSA/INTERCLEAN Product Showcase
Managing Educational Facilities
Paper Products & Dispensing

Waste Management & Recycling

Matting
Trending Now: Infection Control

Case Study

Healthy Schools Feature GreenSeal Column

Ben Walker Management Column
 
Heathy Schools Email
December
Top Products

With every ad you get:

  • A company listing, a link to your ad and a link to your site on an email sent to 35,000 facility cleaning managers
  • A company listing, a link to your ad and a link to your site on CleanLink.com with the issue

2018 Facility Cleaning Decisions Mechanical Specs

Mechanical Specifications:

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: 7.875" x 10.75"
Bleed Page: 8.125" x 11"
Trims to 7.875" x 10.75"
Live Area: 7" x 10"
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"
Note: Live matter must be kept 0.5 inch away from untrimmed edge and 0.25 inch clearance for gutter.

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:


Amanda Balistreri
Production Director
414.228.7701 x469
amanda.balistreri@tradepress.com

Preferred File Types:

PDF/X-1a:2001 or TIFF (TIF) for: 4-color process (CMYK) ads.

EPS or DCS2 (Photoshop eps) for: 2-color (3 process colors) ads.

EPS or TIFF (TIF) for: Grayscale or B/W (Process Black) ads.

*Note: We are unable to process Microsoft Publisher files

Because your best presentation is important to us, we have written this 10 step guide to help you obtain maximum quality prior to us submitting your ad to the printer.

  1. All fonts must be embedded, converted to outline or rasterized.
  2. Photos and artwork should be at least 300 dpi. Lineart (ie: logos) should be 1200 dpi bitmap or a Vector image. We cannot submit any photos or artwork, to the printer, with less than 266 dpi.
  3. All color must be set up in either spot color or CMYK (process color). All RGB colors will be converted and will not appear in print as it did on-screen.
  4. All black type must be black only, not Rich Black or Registration.
  5. All color photos must be converted to CMYK with a total ink limit of 300%. Click here for the quickest way to alter ink density levels.
  6. All black and white photos must be converted to grayscale with a 20-25% dot gain.
  7. Documents should be set up to the correct final ad size.
  8. Any bleeds need to be set at 0.125" on all sides — no printer's marks or slugs.
  9. Transparencies must be flattened. Layer/effects, Flattener Presets must be set to "high resolution."
  10. It is recommended to use the Adobe PDF preset: "PDF/X-1a:2001" when creating your PDF file. This setting is an industry standard for printing (please deselect all printer mark defaults and, if applicable, include the bleed here).

File Naming

Please consider these suggestions when naming your file:

  1. Advertiser name, publication and issue.
  2. Refrain from using special characters. Indicate revised submissions by including "v2", "r1", etc., in file name.

Color Typography:

For optimum reproduction and clear and sharp copy, use sans serif fonts such as Arial, Calibri, Helvetica, Myriad or similar for small type. Reverse type reproduces best with large bold sans serif fonts. The same is true for color type. Thin serif fonts are difficult to read in color or reverse type. It is recommended that four color type and/or small four color reverse knock-outs be avoided. Black type that uses four color blends should never be used (Registration not allowed).

Proofs:

To ensure a quality printed ad, please submit single page, composite Digital Matchprint, Rainbow, Fuji, Kodak or comparable digital color proof. Color lasers may be used as a general color guide only, not for color matching. Black & white lasers are acceptable for grayscale ads.

Trade Press Media Group, Inc. pre-flights all files to the best of our ability. If we spot potential problems we will attempt to correct them or alert you to them. A proof for any textual/graphic changes made in our Creative Services Department will be submitted back to you for final approval. Due to the complexities of files and varied design techniques, we cannot be responsible for catching all trapping issues, typos or postscript errors.