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If you are interested in advertising, one of the most effective ways is through our supplier packages.


We offer two packages. Package 2 is on a first come first served basis because we only have one inside front and rear cover on our MYA Yearbook.

Package 1

  1. Website Listing to include;
    a. Company listing with logo, contact details and maximum 50 word description of the company.
    b. Company logo included on the website supplier’s banner.
  2. MYA Forum Supplier Account allowing promotion and advertising of your products within your own dedicated forum.
  3. Full page advert (black and white) in the MYA Annual Yearbook
  4. Table/Space at the MYA Annual Trade Show/AGM

Cost: £100 per annum  Buy Here

Package 2

  1. Website listing to include;
    a. Company listing with logo, contact details and max 50 word description of the company.
    b. Company logo included on the website supplier’s banner.
  2. MYA Forum Supplier Account allowing promotion and advertising of your products within your own dedicated forum.
  3. Full page colour advert on the inside front cover or inside rear cover in the MYA Annual Yearbook
  4. Table/Space at the MYA Annual Trade Show/AGM

Cost: £125.00 per annum  Buy Here (Sold Out)

Information about a Supplier Forum.

As a supplier you will be allocated  your own forum in the Suppliers section to promote, conduct business and/or use to support your product. You will be granted moderator access within your own forum.

Ads and placements

  • Placement of your banner ad in the following locations. (banner sizes are 728 x 90 Pixels at 72dpi).
  • Randomised display after the first forum post in each topic.
  • Randomised display after the first forum topic in each forum.
  • Randomised display just above the forum page footer.
  • Alphabetical placement of banner on the suppliers tab/page on the websites.
  • Your banner ad will link to your website.

*Please note with a Supplier account you are free to answer questions about your products in all forums however you may only start advertising topics and post links to your products in your own personal supplier forum. A supplier account does not entitle you to spam the forums with for sale or product topics and they will be removed or edited at our discretion.

You can purchase supplier account packages online by clicking here.

The MYA acknowledges and recognises that the suppliers to the sport and the MYA affiliated members are a vital part of the continued success and future growth of the sport and it thanks the suppliers for their support past, present and future.

For further information or any questions please contact the Digital Communications Officer. dco@mya-uk.org.uk

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