Don’t Head Back to School without Issue 71 of American Lifestyle Magazine

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Issue 71 of American Lifestyle magazine hits homes just as families are winding down their summer breaks and preparing to send kids back to school. The mentality associated with transitioning from summer to fall always comes with the sense of getting back to the grind, a slower pace, and a more steadier schedule. You’ll feel right at home with professionals in this issue. Having chosen the alternative to the nine-to-five grind, they instead pursue careers in the creative arts.

Within the pages of the magazine

In Issue 71, we meet people who create, capture, and commoditize to enhance the communities around them. First is an interview with Robin Luciano Beaty in “A Labor of Love and Art”. We learn how the fine artist built her very own vibrant and beautiful studio barn.

Then we meet Rex Naden in “The Nature of Rex Naden Photography”. Rex captures  nature’s designs at their finest.

We also talk with Kerri Martin, who is making an impact on her North Jersey town by giving used bikes a second life. She’s offering the kids in her community an opportunity to own a bicycle by working to fix it up and helping others to the same.

Then we visit fifty states in which Daniel Seddiqui has held fifty different jobs. After college, Daniel found himself in the same position as many graduates, unemployed and competing for jobs in fields that were predetermined by their college majors. Find out what he did to shake things up and the opportunity he’s now giving college to students.

Exclusive back-to-school content

Join the back-to-school conversation with issue 71 exclusive content. We’ve created new ads and Tear Out Cards, and a wealth of online content that will engage the families on your mailing list. You’ll have access to hundreds of available ads. In addition you’ll be able to make selections from our exclusive content, which focuses on three back-to-school-centered categories (the best of bake sales, after school activities, and out-of-the-box lunch ideas).

Use your favorite content within the pages of your magazine or online with our social media shares page. According to Google, back-to-school searches now begin in May and grew by 45 percent from 2013 to 2014.

Sharing is easy. Post our shares directly from your online account manager to your social media pages. Get in on the parent-to-parent conversations with eighteen different shares, each of which links to a blog post that includes even more downloadable content. In total, you’ll have access to fifty-two pages of exclusive content that will connect you to the parents and families on your mailing list and beyond.

Take advantage of the timing and share the content that your recipients and online followers are already searching for. Grow your business to the head of the class with Issue 71.

Get started customizing your magazine now or upgrade your account online to begin choosing your back-to-school content!