Want local music? How about food? Maybe art? How about all of it? Your advertising can be aligned with what your business is all about and more. Advertising not your thing? Be a sponsor of the local scene instead. Be a sponsor of our content and help us bring the city’s stories to life. For as low as $300 monthly we can get your business out there. We build our marketing packages around your budget. Small business to big time agency – together we will get the most for your spend.


what our advertisers say

“There are towns where culture hits you in the face and towns where you have to dig for it. There are towns where creativity feels at home and towns where those with the least bit of it are making plans to leave. Between the haves and have nots, Richmond constantly straddles the fence. The town is full of historical baggage and political barriers but also a stubborn people who are striving – successfully – to nurture all things progressive, from art to music to craft and commerce. What Richmond needs is a media source that helps the diggers find what they’re looking for and makes the doers proud to call Richmond home. It needs to act as a symbol for where we are and where we’re heading. That source is RVA.”

Rad Tollett
Group Planning Director at TBWA\Chiat\Day

“RVA Magazine has been incredible in pushing the Sticky Rice brand to our core audience while developing joint projects that keep people coming back for more. RVA is a multi-faceted media group that every company should consider for their marketing and goodwill plan.”

John Yamashita
Owner of Sticky Rice

“RVA created a niche in Richmond media and then created the culture to fill it. They’re our go-to guys for engaging the right people in the city — It’s the only place we advertise in Richmond.”

Chris Bossola & Gabriel Riccioppo
Co-Owners of Need Supply Co.

“Our experience working with RVA Magazine over the years has helped our business in many ways. They are easy to work with, turnaround time is quick, and we end up with eye-catching ads that manage to express our image in a unique way to our target audience.”

Thea Brown
General Manager of World Of Mirth

“RVA Magazine feels the pulse of Richmond, which comes across in the parties and events they sponsor and promote. When we first opened, there was a wild energy surrounding our restaurant and RVA magazine helped us bring that back.”

Daniel Koen
General Manager of New York Deli

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