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Rich, I just had to call and tell you how incredible your magazine is… just incredible! I just got my hands on the Spring issue and I had seen the one you did at Christmas. The articles are great and I love the art story on Trailer McQuilkin and all the photos. Amazing work and I even like the paper and texture on the cover. I just wanted to call and tell you to keep up the good work man! I love it.
Rich, Cannot wait for the next one…just wish I had seen the publication sooner in order to contact you. Keep up the quality – it is a wonder! I love the paper finish, the crisp use of line, white space, easy to read font, quality and relevance of photography, color progression, and many more things that make it just a delightful read. I cut my ‘marketing’ teeth at the hallowed halls of Procter & Gamble and I feel qualified to make the prior statements. I will certainly be telling any and all that I can about your publication.
Verve Magazine is a beautiful new publication. I believe you will enjoy the stunning images, positive stories and articles on food, health, travel, arts and culture. Enjoy!!!
Was able to sit a spell and read the Spring issue. OMG and wow! Great job – so many great southern stories. Lisa Palmer, David Raines, Richard Rhett, the Mardi Gras Indians, the Marigny, McQuilkin. Sorry I missed Heart Society at the opening of the Civil Rights museum, etc. Thank you and keep up the good work.