hand in leaflets and posters in/at community associations

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kubi77

Senior Member
Spanish
This belongs to a text that I’m writing. What is the correct preposition in this context “in” or “at” (UK English)?

“In order to reach my target audience I will hand in leaflets and posters in/at community associations, shops, cafes and arts centres.”


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    Senior Member
    American English
    I think it's the same use of in/at in both AE and BE: "in" if you're going to hand them out inside these venues; "at" if you're going to hand them out in the vicinity, such as on the property. I think you can also use "at" if you're handing them out inside and and outside the venues.

    And you want to hand them out, not hand them in.

    I will hand out leaflets and posters at community associations, shops, cafes and art centres.
     
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