Allow me to take you back in time and tell you our company success story. In June 2004, 303 Magazine published its first print magazine and announced our goal to provide a cultural medium for the artistic, fashion-focused people of Denver and the greater Colorado market, emphasizing powerful images and cutting-edge editorial. We always strive to set the trends—not follow them.
303 Magazine is dedicated to the 20-40 audience who are trendsetters, like socializing, want to impress others, follow trends and who are into fashion, music, technology, film and new art.
By February 2007, and as our city continued to grow, 303 had established thousands of loyal readers. It was clear that 303 voice had reached a level of demand to support in turning the magazine into a full sized publication. This was a great decision, making 303 Magazine an official city magazine and helped put Denver on the national and international fashion map.
In June 2008, 303 Magazine introduced the first Pool Party in Denver, anther wildly successful destination event, which grew into a summer pool party series held in various locations. The event attracts thousands of guests every year and is another signature event by 303 Magazine.
In March 2011, 303 Magazine hosted the first of its kind Denver Fashion Weekend show. The event attracted more than 4,000 fashionistas, giving attendees a glimpse of trends in stores and a taste of just how much the hair community in Denver can turn it out. Guests consisted of chic, young professionals looking for fashion and style and a change of a pace.
By 2011, it was obvious that 303 Magazine had made its mark as a must-have, monthly, lifestyle magazine, providing artistic and cultural insight into a diverse, ever-evolving population, through a multidimensional approach, allowing 303 to connect our clients and readers in many creative ways: print, online, social networking and events.
By March 2012, as a magazine that’s goal is to always set trends, we announced that 303 Magazine would join the digital age and we made the transition to an online magazine. Our transition into a significant online presence gives us the opportunity to offer better coverage to a broader spectrum of topics and features. We’ve even added departments to get the job done. Our new Lifestyle, Health & Sports, Sex & Dating and Event Calendar departments help us expand into every unmanned territory of Denver.
I invite you to consider the following information, as well as review back issues of the magazine at 303Magazine.com. In 303, I assure you will find an editorial department that fits your lifestyle, as well as a place in which your products will have opportunities to reach our demographic and create an impact in their purchasing decisions.
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