New Mexico Business Magazine to Debut in May
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., April 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Vertical Ascent, LLC announced today that it is launching a new statewide business magazine called New Mexico Business Magazine. The new magazine is aimed at CEOs, high level business executives, managers, owners of small businesses and others in the business community. The magazine will focus on issues important to New Mexico's growing business community. New Mexico Business Magazine replaces the New Mexico Business Journal which ceased operations earlier this year. While not related to the New Mexico Business Journal, the magazine is published by Doug Stine who was editor-in-chief for the Business Journal. Mr. Stine has also taken over the subscriber list of the Business Journal. The magazine has wide community support, including financial backing and an editorial board that includes community leaders such as Gary Tonjes, President of Albuquerque Economic Development (AED), Alex Romero, president of the Hispano Chamber of Commerce, Wayne Unze, Sr. Vice President of NAI The Vaughan Company and Phil Messuri of the Financial Network and president of the Financial Planning Association. It also has support from the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce and the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce. "Most business magazines look like trade magazines," says Mr. Stine. "We believe business is exciting. We want to kick up some dust and bring a new viewpoint to the business community." The May issue is scheduled to debut May 1 and the June issue will feature in-depth profiles of New Mexico's candidates for U.S. Senator. The initial print run will be 12,000 copies, nearly twice that of the New Mexico Business Weekly. While more than half of the circulation will be in the greater Albuquerque area, the magazine will be mailed to subscribers state-wide as well as distributed to chambers of commerce, professional associations and networking events. It will also be available in major bookstores and newsstands. The magazine represents a new leap in creativity for business magazines, with provocative story angles and dramatic graphics designed by a former designer for the Santa Fean magazine, Laurette Luff, along with Big Box Creative Group. The magazine will be printed locally by Starline Printing. Assisting with editorial and sales responsibilities is Karen McCullough, formerly of New at Home Magazine and Camera Arts. Mr. Stine has spent more than 20 years working for advertising agencies and in various marketing functions in Silicon Valley and holds a bachelor's degree from Penn State University and an MBA from Santa Clara University. He was formerly the Sr. Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, had his own advertising agency, and published a relocation guide for Albuquerque. There are also plans for a ground breaking website that will include an Albuquerque business forum, video profiles, and more. Anyone wishing to send a press release can visit the website at http://www.nmbizonline.com. Contact: Doug Stine Publisher New Mexico Business Magazine 505-798-2502 email@example.com SOURCE Vertical Ascent, LLC Doug Stine, Publisher of New Mexico Business Magazine, +1-505-798-2502, firstname.lastname@example.org
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