MIAMI, March 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Apples to Oranges magazine, "The Juice of South Florida Living," will make its debut on Friday, April 15th when it gets inserted into the New York Post.
This full-color glossy magazine will have a circulation of 114,610 (ABC Audited) as it gets distributed to the zip codes of the paper's highest income households, including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island, New Jersey and Connecticut via newsstand and home delivery. Dugow states, "This is an extremely exciting publishing venture for me. I am flattered by their confidence in my talent. I know this will be a very long and fruitful relationship. The New York Post is New York's must-read daily newspaper.
"Apples to Oranges will provide a powerful vehicle for South Floridians to reveal their luxurious lifestyle to New Yorkers. I intend for the content to provide a platform that shares a quality of life that is not only culturally enriching but also equally satisfying in every way that is meaningful. Having lived in New York for 20 years prior to moving to South Florida, I am positively sure of this fact," concludes Mr. Dugow.
Apples to Oranges will undoubtedly be a page-turner.
Log onto www.ApplesToOrangesMagazine.com for more information.
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About the New York Post
The New York Post, founded by Alexander Hamilton in 1801, is the oldest continuously published daily newspaper in the United States and is one of the top ten newspapers in the country ranked by circulation. The Post offers the best news, business coverage, opinion - plus Page Six and The Best Sports in Town. The New York Post is available in print, on the web at NYPOST.com and via iPad and smartphone applications. The New York Post is owned by News Corporation.
Targeting the same demographic, Tropolis magazine will highlight "Manhattan's Love Affair with South Florida." The 60-page section will appear perfect bound in the upcoming April issue of Avenue magazine.
For 35 years, Avenue magazine has been celebrating and offering the blend of affluence and influence to the wealthiest and most powerful Manhattan zip codes--approximately 36,000 (ABC Audited)--with a unique behind-the-scenes perspective. It has become a must-read for the most discerning, stylish and savvy audience.
"I have worked with the magazine's Chairman, Richard Burns as well as the President & Publisher of Avenue magazine, Julie Dannenberg for over a decade," says Mr. Dugow. "The consistency of Avenue's readers to the highest net-worth individuals of Manhattan is a 'perfect fit' for the premier issue of Tropolis," boasts Dugow. "Tropolis magazine editorials reveal how truly unique South Florida living can be. Having lived in South Florida for 10 years and the prior 20 years in Manhattan, I am extremely excited to share the enormous influence New Yorkers have provided to our lifestyle. Manhattan residents are more than just 'kissing cousins' to us, they are siblings... and I'm interested in bringing this relationship to the spotlight."
For more information, check out www.Tropolismagazine.com.
About Avenue magazine
Founded in 1976, Avenue is Manhattan's oldest society magazine, and one of the first in the United States. The publication has exclusive access to Manhattan's elite in a way that is distinct from other magazines. Avenue salutes the world we live in--a meritocracy where the point of entry is open to anyone who has met with success. Avenue relishes New York's fabulous style and glamour. This passion is reflected with elegance in Avenue's pages every month. Now in its fourth decade, the magazine continues to prosper.
CONTACT: Leonard Dugow, +1-305-576-9400
SOURCE LGD Communications