Nov 30, 2012 Sports Comments Off on Flex Night Inc. produces first Magazine…‘Celebrating the human body’
A new publication Flex Night – the magazine will be on local newsstands within the next few days. The full-colour, glossy publication is a first for Flex Night Incorporated which had, in the month of June, launched the Flex News newsletter.
This successor edition will be an annual publication offering a wealth of information relating to nutrition, fitness and exercise, personal hygiene, as well as the latest news from gyms and bodybuilding personalities both in Guyana and in the diaspora.
The wide range of articles covered in this first edition is a strategic editorial policy to target as wide a readership as possible. Committed as they are to propagating the message of the importance of the pursuit of the health and fitness lifestyle, the Editorial team has pitched the articles to appeal to all demographics at home and abroad.
The magazine, tagged as ‘Celebrating the human body,’ will be formally launched next Friday in the Demerara Mutual Conference Room at a special Welcome cocktail in honour of the Flex Night International participants travelling from Brazil and Suriname.
That event is hosted by Flex Night Incorporated and sponsored by Spice Garden Poolside Restaurant and Bar.
The magazine boasts an unusual and creative cover design that combines the theme of night with a silhouetted female form that expresses the idea of the beauty of the human body. The magazine is being retailed at $1000.
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