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February 06, 2003

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One of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles main strengths is the quality of its readership. Of all the magazines published for the Atlanta area, AH&L; most efficiently delivers a buying audience of affluent consumers. Currently the best selling magazine on newsstands and exclusively delivered to subscriber groups, AH&L; reaches more than 98,000 readers (2.9 pass along on 33,875 copies)--primarily affluent females--plus select members of the design and building trades. 80% of our readers reside in the metro Atlanta area.

Affluent Homeowners

Our subscribers have the highest household income of any magazine focusing on the Atlanta market.

Hotel Guests

AH&L; is the only local magazine placed in every guestroom of: The Ritz-Carlton - Buckhead, The Grand Hyatt - Atlanta, Four Seasons - Atlanta, The Georgian Terrace Hotel, and The Inn and Spa at Chateau Elan.

Select Trade Professionals

AH&L; gets into the hands of influential professionals through: Interior designers (ASID, IIDA, IFDA), Builders (GAHBA) and Remodelers (GAHB and NARI).

Newsstands and Retail Outlets

AH&L; is now available at select local stores including furniture stores, gift shops, etc., and at over 1,600 newsstand locations in and around Atlanta.

Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles has been building reader loyalty for 15 years!

Newcomers to Atlanta

AH&L; is distributed through newcomer packages of area banks, realtors and new homeowner welcoming services.

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Request For Media Kit

Katherine Jones has been commissioned by Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Magazine to write, photograph and oversee design for a featured brochure in the May 2003 issue.

The brochure, estimated at 24 pages, will highlight the beauty, value, opportunity and amenities enjoyed by residents of the North Georgia Mountains – the main focus will be on life in White and Lumpkin counties.

To see more about Katherine Jones, visit

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