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Chart 2018 – 19 Palm Beach issue

Chart is proud to introduce the annual exclusive Palm Beach issue of Chart magazine for the 2018-19 season. The magazine has been totally redesigned with sponsored one page Charticles and a few feature articles. Online promotions and Chart Live events will round out promotional opportunities for those interested in Chart’s only two topics of charities and arts.

Chart Palm Beach Season 2018-19 to be added soon

Chart Chatter … feedback from readers and Chart Live guests

GENTLEMEN’S CORNER GETS THEIR ADVERTISING MONEY BACK IN THE FIRST WEEK AFTER MAGAZINE RELEASE “The beauty of Chart Live events is the personal connection with people. In this day and age of computers, there’s nothing better than talking to people to learn about what they sell. Chart connects people. It’s good for the merchants and service providers networking at the Chart Live events, but it’s good for the customers, too. I walk by Gentlemen’s Corner all the time. I’ve never been in the store. At the first Chart Live event, I met the manager and she told me about the store so I went in the next day and made some great purchases. At the next Chart Live event, I told two more men about the store and now they plan to shop there, too. The personal connections made at the Chart events is really great for the Palm Beach community. Although I travel a lot, I prefer to shop local. Connections are key.” – Vince Cloud

WONDERFUL MAGAZINE “I just want to commend you for the lovely inaugural issue of Chart. You did a wonderful job of profiling an interesting and talented group of Palm Beachers!” – Author Lynn Mackle

INTERESTING CONTENT “There is a lot of interesting content in Chart magazine. I hope people actually read it. I read a few of the Charticles and learned new things about people I already knew. I plan to read the rest of them. With other local magazines, there are colorful photos, but after you flip through the pages once, there is no reason to keep the magazine. Chart is different in that is has rich content that readers will want to read cover to cover.” – Artist Susan Lundin www.SLundin.com

 

IMPRESSIVE EVENTS “I wanted to compliment you on the Chart Live events. As a new member, I’m quite impressed with the venues, the donors, and the number of people attending your events. Your events are lively, people are engaged, everyone is networking and by all measures the events are successful. It’s amazing that you create the magazine and the events yourself. You are very talented.” – Dale West