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“After gardening, woodworking is the fastest-growing hobby in the United States.”
—Miami Herald
“Celebrities Julia Roberts, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cameron Diaz, and even Russell Crowe…
[are] among a new breed of knitters who are young, hip, creative and looking to relax.”

—Reuters

U-Bild has been serving newspapers throughout the United States and Canada since 1948.
For information about any of our features, call 800-82-U-Bild or e-mail us at features@u-bild.com.

“Project of the Week”

“Project of the Week” has delighted readers for more than 50 years with its one-of-a-kind woodworking projects for the home, yard and garden. Designed for average hobbyists with ordinary tools and materials, U-Bild projects feature full-size traceable patterns, step-by-step instructions and in-progress photos.

Meeting the booming demand for woodworking, gardening and do-it-yourself material, this feature is free, easy to use and allows you to track the satisfaction of your readers on an ongoing basis.

Don and Dave Runyan

Don and Dave Runyan write “Project of the Week” and have designed projects for U-Bild since 1976. Don teaches design and drafting and Dave teaches woodshop and production technology. Both are active in the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America.

  • Quarterly commissions and reports to help you measure reader interest.
  • Absolutely FREE. No cost, no contract.
  • Three formats: weekly text-and-glossy mailing, easy internet download (www.newscom.com) or weekly e-mail.
  • 250-300 easy-to-edit words and great color art.
  • Easy to size to fit available space.
  • Toll-free reader help line.

“Craft of the Week”

As Reuters noted recently, knitting (not to mention crochet and cross stitch) is not just for grandmas anymore. “Craft of the Week” is designed to appeal not only to this growing group of new crafters among your readership, but to the veterans, too. Best of all, the feature is free, easy to use and allows you to track reader response on an ongoing basis.

“Craft of the Week,” written by our own in-house craft staff, specializes in the hottest new craft projects for needlecraft, home decorating, holidays, gift giving and stylish living. It highlights the latest in guidebooks, kits and other crafty stuff, and requires only inexpensive, easy-to-find materials and tools.

  • Quarterly commissions and reports to help you measure reader interest.
  • Absolutely FREE. No cost, no contract.
  • Three formats: weekly text-and-glossy mailing, easy internet download (www.newscom.com) or weekly e-mail.
  • 250-300 easy-to-edit words and great color art.
  • Easy to size to fit available space.
  • Toll-free reader help line.

“Do-It-Yourself Ideas”

“Do-It-Yourself Ideas” is an easy-to-use reader-service feature for the classified pages that offers do-it-yourself woodworking, craft, home and garden projects designed for average hobbyists with basic tools and materials. It arrives monthly in a camera-ready format or electronically via AP's AdSend service. Plus, the feature is available to download at no charge via NewsCom on the World Wide Web at www.newscom.com. It is also available in .pdf format via e-mail.

“Do-It-Yourself Ideas” is free, requires no contract and pays a commission on reader orders each quarter. You can use the money it generates for scholarship funds, Newspaper in Education programs, favorite charities, in-house contests, employee bonuses—or apply it straight to the bottom line.

For information about any of our features, call 800-82-U-Bild or e-mail us at features@u-bild.com.


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