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Brooksville, Florida October 2016 – Twins Magazine today announced its attendance at the ABC Kids Expo, at the Las Vegas Convention Centre, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The move supports Twins Magazine’s growth in the publishing sector, where they provide information, guidance and product reviews to parents of twins and multiples with every issue of the popular magazine.

“For the past 32 years Twins Magazine has led the market for providing innovative content and information to parents,” said Christa Reed, Editor in Chief of Twins Magazine. “By exhibiting at the ABC Kids Expo, we will provide greater exposure of the magazine to potential advertisers and subscribers, which is a win-win for everyone,” continued Reed.

As part of the exhibition, Twins Magazine will also be providing “show only” rates for their forthcoming Holiday Gift Guide edition, as well as a business card competition, whereby entrants will have the possibility of winning a latest release Apple TV.

Twins magazine is published as a digital and print on demand magazine bi-monthly, with an annual print edition released in August which targets new parents of Twins and multiples and covers “what to expect”, with information and guidance for new parents.

Summing up Twins Magazine’s attendance at the ABC Kids Expo, Reed added: “Come and see us at booth #2628 and meet the team, we’re excited to meet customers and subscribers old and new.”

To learn more about Twins Magazine please visit www.twinsmagazine.com.

Note to editors:

Twins Magazine is the leading magazine for parents of twins and higher order multiples. Operating since 1984, Twins magazine circulates to over 230,000 parents of twins and multiples every issue. 

Media Contact
Company Name: TWINS Magazine
Contact Person: Laura Cunningham
Email: marketing@americas-media.com
Phone: 1-352-597-6200
Country: United States
Website: www.twinsmagazine.com

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