Ask us about participating in these programs!

Big Buck Contest

This contest brings together the hunting community by sharing their story of the Big Buck they were able to acquire this hunting season from September through December.  In 2020 we had over 170 photos submitted to the contest but it brought in over 500,000 page views

If you want to participate as a sponsor in this contest, please fill out the form below and we will reach out to you shortly.

La Crosse Tribune Sunday Extra

The La Crosse Sunday Extra is a content-based version of the Sunday Tribune delivered to non-subscribers of the Tribune, introducing the journalism of the Tribune to non-subscribers and offering your business an opportunity to have your message delivered to every home in the La Crosse community.

The La Crosse Sunday Extra, reaching 27,500 homes, includes timely local, regional and national news coverage; features, local opinion and reader contributions through letters-to-the-editor; real estate news; employment opportunities; business news; high school, college and professional sports coverage, and so much more.  A sampling of the comprehensive and local journalism of the La Crosse Tribune delivered to all non-subscriber households in the La Crosse Community.

Call today to learn how you can expand the reach of your business message in a very affordable and cost effective way.

Reader’s Choice

Contest to promote individual businesses throughout the River Valley region between Winona, Tomah and Viroqua. Readers are asked to nominate their favorite businesses for topics including Best Burger, Best Car Dealership and Best Places to Hike.

See our latest contest

Discover the River Valley Magazine

Find your trail! This magazine will contain area festival information for all local communities for the River Valley and Chippewa Valley areas. There will be pages devoted to “trails” that you can follow to discover the area. Trail subjects will include wineries, breweries, RV camping, ATV trails and many more!

Primed For A Rebound

During the month of April we discuss how different segments of our communities survived a year of economic hardship and how it will rebound as the pandemic subsides.