Convenience Matters is sponsored this month by Curtis
Two ways to tell your story
Sponsorship Investment: $1,500 – Exclusive to 2 sponsors per month.
Have your message heard in every podcast for a month with sponsored content. NACS will help you create compelling content and you can even have the hosts deliver your message.
- Your 30-second infomercial* will be read by the Convenience Matters hosts. Our sponsor messages run for an entire month and will appear on all the episodes in the entire catalog.
Deadline: The first day of the month prior to the month purchased. Example: For a February sponsorship, a commitment is needed by January 1.
*NACS reserves the right to retain the creative content for these recordings prior to airing. Hosts are not responsible to endorse or otherwise give special favor to the sponsors’ product or service.
Branded content Investment: $3,000
Tell your story about your brand in a long-form podcast. This allows you to talk about your specific offer and why it matters. A compelling thought-leadership interview can allow you to define the issue, the potential solutions to an issue and how you can help enhance operations and make a difference.
- You participate in the discussion with our hosts, and at the end of the episode, the host presents a clear call-to-action asking listeners to visit your company’s webpage for more information.
- An article promoting your podcast will appear in the NACS Daily e-newsletter (distributed to 44,000+ opt-in subscribers).
Deadline: Kickoff meeting a minimum of 6 weeks before episode launch to align topic and content.
Convenience Matters is the industry’s longest-running podcast.
Our audience is based mainly in the United States and consists of listeners specific to the convenience industry. The show has an average of 4,532 unique downloads per month. Source: Average downloads January-August 2019.
77% increase in downloads (YOY 1st half of 2019)
Weekly episodes focused on innovation, operations, and inspiration. Episode topic categories include fuel, foodservice, leadership/CEO thought leaders and general convenience. These categories can be used to further hone your sponsorship’s target audience.