The Tico Times visits Puerto Viejo
Reach international and Costa Rican tourists with Puerto Viejo features in The Tico Times — the only English-language news source in Costa Rica with online, video, audio and print options.
Our editorial team will visit Puerto Viejo from Dec. 8-16 for in-depth coverage of one of Costa Rica’s most beloved destinations. We’d love to hear your stories and work with your business! For information on potential stories, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 7194-5256.
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Publish a photo from your business with information/links on ticotimes.net and all our social media, including a $25 boost for the demographics you want to reach.
Sponsor Our Popular Video Features – Starting at $199
Host our film crew for our Weekly Digest video news show, placing your business front and center throughout the broadcast. Includes a 10-second ad within the video and a $50 boost for the demographics of your choice. Or sponsor How to Surf in Puerto Viejo video. Partial sponsorships available on all videos.
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