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Newspaper, real estate board combine efforts on new magazine

The Classic South Board of Realtors and The McDuffie Mirror are bringing a new magazine to the area.

Classic South Living Real Estate Magazine debuted last week as an insert in The McDuffie Mirror. It will also be distributed at locations in Warren, Wilkes, Lincoln, Columbia and Jefferson counties.

The monthly magazine is a combination of area properties for sale, along with articles and tips for homeowners.

"Classic South Living Real Estate Magazine is a constantly-evolving publication," said McDuffie Mirror Advertising Manager Angela Blair. "We are working closely with the Classic South Board of Realtors to provide them with a publication that will stand out to people and is a reflection of the Board's high standards of professionalism."

Classic South Board members said they are excited about the new publication.

"We are very excited about the new look, we enjoy the look of the glossy pages and the high quality of the images," said Board President Leigh Culpepper. "We are looking forward to this new partnership and the new developments that will come along with this. We are excited about these changes. They will bring about a user-friendly magazine, one that is appealing to the community and will keep up with the trends of the times. We are looking forward to a wonderful future. We want to make it bigger and better as time goes on, never settling. We know it will always move forward to meet that special touch we are looking for."

Linda Davis, of Century 21, was thrilled with the first issue.

"I love the setup of our page," she said. "I found it easy to read, clear cut. I found our page very user friendly; the addresses were easy to read. I felt like, if someone was interested in a property, they had the information clearly listed for them in case they wanted to go by to see it or know new listings in their neighborhood."

Web posted on Thursday, December 14, 2006

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