Bruce Brossman, Arizona Regional Director, Sales and Marketing

“The Grand Canyon Railway was seeking a publication to help build local awareness and to get our message to visitors of our great state. The quality content and photographs, coupled with the broad distribution of WanderAZ magazine, and, present the perfect way to present the Grand Canyon Railway experience to residents and visitors to Arizona. We are proud to be part of such a quality media outlet.”

Joy Racine, City of Scottsdale, Citizen Advisor

“WanderAZ is a wonderful, high quality magazine with beautiful pictures for our informational carts. Our Downtown Ambassadors are able to provide information quickly to the tourists they encounter due to the various valley maps and the wide variety of activities showcased and grouped by region.”

Lorraine Zomok, President and CEO, Visit Glendale

“Visit Glendale is thrilled to continue our valued partnership with WanderAZ. This premier travel publication reaches our primary target markets and provides vital connections to incoming travelers.”

Ron Mileti, President, Vilocity Interactive INC.

“WanderAZ is an important partner in getting our clients brand and message in front of the right eyeballs needed for success.”

Mickey Ollson, Founder and CEO

“The Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium is honored to be an advertiser in WanderAZ magazine since the very first issue. We have always been very pleased with the results and consider WanderAZ to be a very important part of our advertising program.”

Gary Tarr/President- Free Range Productions

“WanderAZ beautifully captures the Phoenix and Northern Arizona tourism market with insightful editorials and a layout conducive to advertising success. As an ad agency, we are encouraged to have this high quality publication and an owership group that really knows the market.”

Chad Flaum-Owner Old Town Tortilla Factory

“I have owned and operated Old Town Tortilla Factory for over 15 years. Wander AZ is by far one of my favorite advertising tools to attract out of town travelers. This publication is both classy and informative.”

Arizona, was the last of the contiguous, the Lower 48, to fill in the American map. On February 14, 1912,with its wild and lawless frontier days behind it, Arizona joined the Union after surviving Civil War skirmishes, gunfights, and the Apache Wars. At that time Arizona’s population was approximately 215,000. In comparison, the population of neighboring state California was more than 11 times larger, at roughly 2.7 million.