Who We Are
Established in 1996, Uncle Andy’s Digest is a Maine-based print advertising publication with strong roots in the community. Our goal is to provide our advertisers maximum business exposure in print while fostering word-of-mouth promotion. We do more than push ads. We are constantly promoting our advertisers personally as well as in print. We are your advertising partner.

While it’s true we are a humor-based publication with a down-home feel, we couldn’t take your business, or your success more seriously. When you win, we win. It’s as simple as that.


What We Do
Since our beginnings, our mission has been to give our readers an entertaining and enjoyable reading experience, and our advertisers top of mind awareness. Uncle Andy’s Digest reaches 22,000+ satisfied readers per month, and nearly 21,000+ followers in our social media circles.

As an advertiser you can be sure your business will reach a loyal, long-term audience.

Since the beginning we’ve provided our advertisers the ability to connect with a BIG audience. Partnering with Uncle Andy’s Digest works because we go the extra mile to put your business on top. See what other advertisers have to say.

Jim Marston
Owner / Publisher / Janitor

When Jimbo isn’t raising money for Make-A-Wish Maine (through our Summer Block Party), he’s leading the team of Uncle Andy’s Superheroes! While they use the “superhero” term loosely, they do love saving the world, one advertiser at a time.
Little known fact: Uncle Andy’s Digest had only been around for five years when Jimbo came into the picture in 2001. After buying out the previous owners the company continues to morph and change with the times.
After a nearly 20-year career with Penmor Lithographers and nearly 20 years with the Digest, it has come back full circle. Penmor now prints the Digest and every other publication they produce, including LA Metro Magazine.

Stephanie Arsenault
Office Manager / Chaos Coordinator

Stephanie brings 16+ years of business management experience to the company. Besides the role of Office Manager (aka Chaos Coordinator), Steph also assists with sales support in the Oxford Hills Section of the Digest. Having a teenage daughter at home keeps her primed and ready for anything! When she’s not keeping the team on track at the office, you’ll usually find her at a softball field with her daughter, or waiting on customers at some of the local pubs!

Tyla Davis
Graphic Design / Editor / Cat Herder

Tyla brings 20+ years of graphic design experience to the company. She handles the design and layout of the Digest every month. When she’s not “herding the sales cats” and keeping them on task for the ever pending deadline, Tyla lends herself to strengthening their community presence through their wicked famous Out ‘n Abouts that you’ll find in every edition.

Steve Simard
Advertising / Marketing Consultant / Old Iron Side

Steve attended University of Maine at Machias, majoring in Marketing / Business. He is a graduate of the U.S. Coast Guard, Chief Petty Officers Academy, Leadership and Management, Petaluma, California. A retired Veteran of the U. S. Coast Guard, serving more than 20 years.

Steve officially retired in 2012, Jimbo eventually convinced him to come out of retirement (twisted his arm, hard) and join the team at Uncle Andy’s Digest.

Colby Michaud
Multimedia Specialist / Millennial Interpreter

Colby brings his skill and experience in the creative industry to UAD, and is in charge of creating and managing our social media content, developing digital product offerings for our advertisers, and keeping the team up to date on the latest online trends. Though it may not seem to be the case, Colby does exist “IRL”.

Jim Marston
Owner / Publisher / Janitor

When Jimbo isn’t raising money for Make-A-Wish Maine (through our Summer Block Party), he’s leading the team of Uncle Andy’s Superheroes! While they use the “superhero” term loosely, they do love saving the world, one advertiser at a time.
Little known fact: Uncle Andy’s Digest had only been around for five years when Jimbo came into the picture in 2001. After buying out the previous owners the company continues to morph and change with the times.
After a nearly 20-year career with Penmor Lithographers and nearly 20 years with the Digest, it has come back full circle. Penmor now prints the Digest and every other publication they produce, including LA Metro Magazine.

Stephanie Arsenault
Office Manager / Chaos Coordinator

Stephanie brings 16+ years of business management experience to the company. Besides the role of Office Manager (aka Chaos Coordinator), Steph also assists with sales support in the Oxford Hills Section of the Digest. Having a teenage daughter at home keeps her primed and ready for anything! When she’s not keeping the team on track at the office, you’ll usually find her at a softball field with her daughter, or waiting on customers at some of the local pubs!

Tyla Davis
Graphic Design / Editor / Cat Herder

Tyla brings 20+ years of graphic design experience to the company. She handles the design and layout of the Digest every month. When she’s not “herding the sales cats” and keeping them on task for the ever pending deadline, Tyla lends herself to strengthening their community presence through their wicked famous Out ‘n Abouts that you’ll find in every edition.

Steve Simard
Advertising / Marketing Consultant / Old Iron Side

Steve attended University of Maine at Machias, majoring in Marketing / Business. He is a graduate of the U.S. Coast Guard, Chief Petty Officers Academy, Leadership and Management, Petaluma, California. A retired Veteran of the U. S. Coast Guard, serving more than 20 years.

Steve officially retired in 2012, Jimbo eventually convinced him to come out of retirement (twisted his arm, hard) and join the team at Uncle Andy’s Digest.

Colby Michaud
Multimedia Specialist / Millennial Interpreter / Paparazzi

Colby brings his skill and experience in the creative industry to UAD, and is in charge of creating and managing our social media content, developing digital product offerings for our advertisers, and keeping the team up to date on the latest online trends. Though it may not seem to be the case, Colby does exist “IRL”.