In a synergistic partnership between two Spokane organizations, KSPS and Bozzi Media are teaming up. Beginning in March, 2017, residents of Spokane and Kootenai counties who become sustaining members of KSPS public television will receive a free one-year subscription to Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living magazine as a thank you gift.
The lifestyle magazine subscription, valued at $20, will be included free with any new sustaining membership of $4/month or more. To learn more about sustaining membership, click here. (Current sustainers--and current subscribers--are not eligible for the subscription, sorry.)
Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living magazine has earned the trust and good will of its readers with dependably delightful sections including the Editor’s Letter, Metro Talk, Horsepower, Feature Stories, Homes, Local Top Five, Lead Spokane, Creative Design, Spokane Rising, Lilacs & Lemons, Prime Living, Woman Living, Catalyst Business, Food & Dining, Health Beat, Pet Love, What I Know, Top Professional, and others.
The offer is only valid for new sustainers (and new subscribers) with mailing addresses in Spokane County, Washington, and Kootenai County, Idaho. The content of the magazine is most relevant to residents of the local area.
Redeeming the offer is easy:
- Join KSPS public television as a sustaining member. Your ongoing automatic monthly 501(c)(3) donation to supports enlightening, educational public television in our region. Sustainers can choose how much they want to give. As little as $4 each month (the cost of one latte) entitles you and your family to the magazine subscription.
- Receive your KSPS membership and member number.
- Sign up for a new magazine subscription at Bozzi Media. When asked "What type of subscription?" select "KSPS." Enter your member number in the field provided.
- Receive your Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living magazine. After your status and address is validated, you'll receive 12 free issues of this great publication.
This is just one more way KSPS can say "Thank You" to our invaluable sustaining members.