Paying It Forward

PAYING IT FORWARD: Added Value for Texas Monthly Advertisers

Texas Monthly’s December 2023 issue will feature an editorial story dedicated to Giving Back. For Texans and their businesses, this comes in many shapes and sizes. With so many charitable contributions to applaud, Texas Monthly is pleased to present this special December 2023 opportunity to our advertisers.

With the purchase of a half page or greater in the issue, advertisers will receive a bonus paragraph on the “Paying It Forward” page as added value. Here, advertisers will have the opportunity to share the differences they are making in their communities.


  1. Fill out the form below.
  2. Before submitting, be sure to read the PAYING IT FORWARD Agreement.
  3. Click Submit.
  4. Go to Open Drive where you may upload a logo (high-res logos must be 300 dpi or greater, and in vector format is preferred—EPS or AI. If vector format is unavailable, please provide in PNG or JPG format).
  5. Drag and drop your file.
  6. You’re done!

Texas Monthly’s web-based FTP server account on Open Drive is for advertiser use only. Files that are uploaded will be downloaded and archived within 3 days. Should any problems arise during processing, you will be contacted. Files may not be deleted, tampered with, or downloaded by anyone other than Texas Monthly.

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  • Space in PAYING IT FORWARD is offered as merchandising and is based on advertising commitment. Demand for this program is high; therefore inclusion is limited and subject to availability. Participating advertisers should supply the requested materials with the understanding that Texas Monthly reserves the right to edit copy for space and consistency in style and punctuation. Due to space limitations, Texas Monthly cannot guarantee that images supplied by the advertiser will be used in PAYING IT FORWARD. Proof of the final product will not be available for advertiser review.
  • For any questions, please contact:
    Kendall Talbot

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