Advertise in HOOK

Hook Magazine is named for Hook Mountain, the signature landmark of the lower Hudson Valley. It embodies the rich culture and the unique spirit of the communities in Rockland, and key demographics in Westchester, Orange and Northern Bergen counties.  The Hook has been celebrating the region’s heritage and traditions for twelve years now.

Our readers enjoy fine wine and dining, take full advantage of the region’s distinctive shops and boutiques, the outdoors, patronize local arts and artists and have the resources to enjoy all of them. From art and antiques to books, music, travel, food and theater, our audience is active and engaged. They are seeking the businesses, products and services that can enrich their lives, and they can find that in the HOOK.  We deliver a smart, cost-effective message to exactly the audience you want to reach, perfect for your products and services.

Who will you reach with the Hook

            •  Over 100,000 households
            •  With a median income of $100,000
            •  Plus a local bulk mailing

The Hook magazine is the perfect way to get your message to the right audience. 
Circulation: WIth an average of 10,000 hits bi-monthly online and a hard copy circulation of 11,000, there is also,  an estimated pass-along readership of four additional readers. Additionally, we have a local bulk mailing. Your advertising is seen by tens of thousands unique, sophisticated consumers

Where we’re found: The Hook is distributed in restaurants, galleries, boutiques, libraries, retail stores and professional offices. It also has a subscriber mailing to both in and out-of-state subscribers.

Where we go:

The HOOK serves all of Rockland, Tarrytown, Irvington, Pleasantville and Mt. Kisco in Westchester, Tuxedo and Warwick in Orange, Cold Spring and Garrison in Putnam, and Mahwah, Montvale, Northvale, Ridgewood, Saddle River, Upper Saddle River, in Northern Bergen.  

Please email Janet Wortendyke at or call (845) 709-2331 to discuss your advertising options.



“The first time I picked up Hook Magazine, I knew someone clever was behind it. Then we advertised in it and the results blew me away. For our business, there is no better way to reach the demographic we are after in the lower Hudson Valley.”  Michael Bruno, Valley Rock Inn
“Every issue contains articles of great interest and literary style, accompanied by striking photography” Gary Gabriel, Upper Nyack
“You have proven that intelligence, taste and dedication to a goal create beautiful results.” Molly Mason, Lower Hudson Valley
I just wanted to send you an email to say thank you from Madame Alexis, myself, and everyone at Ballet des Ameriques. We love the article and the positive attention we have received as the result of it. Also, thank you for mailing us those copies of the magazine. The article and photos look even more incredible in person.
“What a service you provide for this community. In our down and dirty struggle through the underbrush of life you expose us to the sun and make us feel beautiful.” Don Nace, Rockland County
“We feel that your coverage of the Messiah Sing helped us have a wonderful audience.” Fredrick Wyman, Nyack
“Your product is a work of art!” It is a real pleasure to read your high quality content.”   David Freo, Nyack
“ I lived in New Paltz and Gardiner for many years, and Hook makes the region look so inviting again. This is not an easy feat.” Harold Clark
“And once again thank you for putting us on the map. So many in our Nyack community now know us because of your article.” Ginny Borton,  Nyack
“A lovely, informative, entertaining beautiful magazine.” Peter Karp, Upper Grandview
“I’ve been a huge fan of your publication for many years. The amazing variety of interesting articles makes Hook Magazine a must read for me. One article in particular had such a heartwarming and inspiring effect on me that I thought I’d share it with you. A number of years ago, a renowned musician was featured by the name of David Van Campen. His story was one of courage and determination, making the difficult decision to change the direction of his life. Instead of a more traditional path, he decided to follow his passion and devote his life to music. What a thrill it was for me to read that one of his career influences was my father, Joe LoCass. I was so proud to learn that my dad, may he rest in peace, was able to help enhance David’s musical abilities. I’m sure he is very proud of all that David has accomplished. My special thanks to Hook Magazine for giving me and my family another reason to be so proud!”   Joe LoCascio, Westchester