Say Happy Holidays With Issue 73

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It feels a little odd to be writing about the winter holidays when I’m wearing a short-sleeve shirt. But the reality is that the holiday season will be here before you know it, and it’s a good idea to start preparing now.

We are no different. That’s why we’ve been busy working on the Holiday Edition of American Lifestyle magazine. This is always our most popular issue of the year, as business professionals look for ways to stand out among a sea of holiday cards. And this year’s holiday issue is sure to be an attention grabber.

Here’s a sneak preview of what our customers can look forward to from Issue 73.

Exclusive holiday content

front-covers-73Instead of the typical front cover, Issue 73 will feature a holiday card quality image and greeting. By expressing your sentiments in a highly visual way, this special edition provides a unique alternative to the standard cards everyone else mails clients.

As customers, you can choose from twelve new Front Cover designs that are specific to Christmas, Hanukkah, or nondenominational holiday wishes. We even included warm weather scenes as well as snowy seasonal greetings. But the covers aren’t the only part of the magazine that is decked out.

Festive Tear Out Cards and ads for the Back and Back Inside Covers include DIY crafts, recipes, and unique gift ideas. All include a link to additional holiday content online that you and your clients can print or share via social media.

Engaging articles

The editorial content for Issue 73 is a mix of inspiration, awe, and interest.

“The Mysterious Pull of Sitka, Alaska” takes readers to an island in Alaska’s panhandle to explore an impressive art scene, superior seafood, and natural beauty.

And in “In Tune with Faux Paz,” you’ll get a behind the scenes look at the University of Maryland’s premier co-ed a cappella group’s audition process, and their practice for the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella.

There’s also articles on a hyperrealist artist, a man on a mission to inspire random acts of kindness, a bakery specializing in unique cookies, a feng shui designer, and recipes from the Sunday Suppers cookbook.

Preview the holiday covers and learn more about this popular resource for staying in touch with clients at