The Marlow, Oklahoma Guide

by Toni Hopper
The Marlow Review, established in 1890, is a weekly newspaper serving readers in Marlow, Central High, Bray and Doyle communities, and also Duncan and other areas in Stephens County. Located at 316 W. Main. Marlow, OK The Marlow Review, established in 1890, is a weekly newspaper serving readers in Marlow, Central High, Bray and Doyle communities, and also Duncan and other areas in Stephens County. Located at 316 W. Main. Marlow, OK

Welcome to Marlow, Oklahoma! “Outlaw Country”

The Marlow Review will be producing an informational guide to the community that will feature the services and activities that residents, tourists, prospective business owners, newcomers, and others may need. This is the first year to produce such a booklet and it will be available at select locations throughout the city and free to the public.

Marlow has a rich history dating to the 1880s and is a community that has built its foundation on that history. The Marlow Review has been in business since 1890 and with the help of area businesses and individuals through advertising and subscriptions, we can continue providing the local news that makes Marlow such a fabulous community in which to live, work, shop and play.

Marlow’s business community continues growth with more than 44 businesses -- retail, commercial services, and industry -- that produce revenue for the City of Marlow. Our subscriber base reaches beyond Stephens County. Many people who frequent area businesses arrive here from out-of-town. Our guide will also be available on our website to attract more shoppers and tourists to the community.

Advertisers that have a website, can provide us with that link and it will be interactive in the online guide. This will allow readers of the guide to click and go directly to your website.

The guide will serve as a handy reference for Marlow, Bray and Central High residents.

Advertising and copy deadline is Feb. 10. Businesses that purchase either a half-page or full-page advertisement have the option to add an article about their business for an additional cost.
You can either supply your own copy, which would be edited if needed based on space or allow the editor to email you interview questions to create a story for you.

Your one-time display ad is a chance to let readers know what you offer – as it will be available throughout the year, both in physical copy, and online.

If you are interested in advertising in the guide, please contact Miranda Hance, ad director, at 580-658-6657, or email: advertising@marlowreview.com

We appreciate your support of The Marlow Review!

Toni Hopper, Managing Editor

news@marlowreview.com



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