Introducing www.HillCountryPassport.com as the newest member to Wesner Media - a legacy of Texas Hill Country publications dating back to the 1800s. The Wesner Media family lives, works and plays in the areas we represent.

Looking to promote your business or event? Look no further! Offering a variety of options, Wesner Media is able to customize your advertising experience to fit your needs. Whether you are seeking print advertising or online advertising, we work to make sure your ads are working for you! 

Contact one of our advertising experts today and they will help you to design a package that will make you a success! We will walk you through the entire process, from deciding what type of advertising will be most effective, creating the ad, and finally, getting the ad out to all of your prospective visitors.

Call us today and see what we can do for you!  

The Llano News • 325-247-4433 • [email protected]

Blanco County News • 830-833-4812 • [email protected]

Mason County News • 325-347-5757 • [email protected]

Johnson City Record Courier • 830-868-7181 • [email protected]

Horseshoe Bay Beacon • 830-598-6740 • [email protected]

Hill Country Current features the businesses unique to the Texas Hill Country. We're here to help people find where to eat, sleep, and play. It's a spotlight on the Hill Country Lifestyle. In addition to an events calendar, the Current also has editorial content opportunities.

Interested in online advertising? We've got ad space on multiple publications. Find out more on our online advertising page.

Over 20,000 copies are published the first week of every month and distributed around the Hill Country.

Hill Country Current is available in Austin, at Randolph Air Force Base, and at Chambers of Commerce and other locations in Albert, Bandera, Blanco, Boerne, Bulverde, Burnet, Canyon Lake, Comfort, Concan, Driftwood, Dripping Springs, Fredericksburg, Gruene, Hondo, Horseshoe Bay, Johnson City, Kerrville, Leakey, Llano, Luckenbach, Marble Falls, Mason, New Braunfels, San Marcos, San Saba, Spicewood, Spring Branch, Stonewall, Uvalde, and Wimberley.

The Current is also distributed inside the Horseshoe Bay Beacon to every household in Horseshoe Bay (3,750 total circulation).

Hill Country Current is now distributed to TxDOT's Texas Travel Information Centers, located at all major points of entry into the state. These centers welcome over 3.5 million visitors per year to Texas and professional travel counselors provide literature, directions, and other information.

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Files should be CMYK with a resolution of 300 dpi. PDF and TIFF files recommended. In addition to advertising design services, we can also work with you if your ad files don't meet the specifications.

Contact an Ad Rep

Give us a call today to get advertising information.

Brandon Pounds
[email protected]

Madonna Kimball

Our ad reps can help you decide on a size and answer your questions. We can even design your ad for you.