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    Quote Originally Posted by diyguy85 View Post
    Hey guys! My name is Chris and I work for Meredith Corporation, the producer of several magazines, including Wood Magazine. We will be producing a magazine called Dream Garages and Shops for publishing in September 2015. I am gathering leads for potential feature possibilities for that magazine. Of course I have seen some incredible garages on here, and many that might be a good fit! I am not sure I am getting the private message function to work right, so to be safe, it might be easiest to reply to this thread or email me directly at my work email, [email protected]. Please let me know if you're interested and I can explain what happens next. Thanks!
    Chris, my garage has been featured in a few magazines (including yours) and I do enjoy the Old School feeling of flipping through pages rather than swiping screens. Call me old-fashioned, but I still love to fold down the corners of certain pages to refer back to them after. Hope you guys find some great spaces to include in upcoming issues!
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    Was I not clear? I am not starting a magazine, I work for Meredith Corporation, which produces lots of magazines. Every once in a while, they produce a one time offering, or come back to a popular idea that they only print every few years. Dream Garages and Shops is one of their special projects that only gets printed once in a while, and will be available on magazine stands. You may be right that web forums get more views than magazines, but it doesn't cost anything to have a space of yours be featured in a magazine, and it might be a cool thing to keep when it is printed. If you're not into it, no big deal, but if you have a cool space, and are interested in being considered, I'd love to talk to you about the possibility. Email me at [email protected]
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    Quote Originally Posted by BHR4CE1 View Post
    Chris, my garage has been featured in a few magazines (including yours) and I do enjoy the Old School feeling of flipping through pages rather than swiping screens. Call me old-fashioned, but I still love to fold down the corners of certain pages to refer back to them after. Hope you guys find some great spaces to include in upcoming issues!
    Thanks BHR4CE1!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDoggery View Post
    I can't help with the PM feature, might be because you are new to the forum, but this garage has always been one that is truly amazing.

    JDoggery, you are absolutely right! That is an incredible space! Do you know whose garage/showroom that is? Is it someone we could be in contact with about having their space featured?
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    I find it hard to believe that nobody on here is interested in having their garage considered for a magazine! If you have a nice space you're proud of, or know someone that does, please contact me at [email protected]!
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    I hate to beat a dead horse here guys, but I have to believe there are some opportunities with some of your garages. Please email me at my work email, [email protected] if you have a neat space you'd like us to consider, or you know of someone that does. We are looking to put together our list of possibilities ASAP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redx View Post
    Why would I pay for something that I can get for free on the web, let alone that one of the biggest threads on here is the World's Most Beautiful GARAGES & Exotics.

    People who post their garages on forums will get more views than a magazine. Plus the mag business is a dying one.
    Check any of the pic threads and you'll find literally no background info on the pics you see online. Magazines usually provide some background story etc. and not just the pics. For example the ill ass Ferrari garage posted on this thread. Who owns the collection? Where is it? How are the cars maintained? How did the owner buy them? Does he drive them? Yeah, noone knows. This is why I prefer reading good old mags myself It's not just the visuals, the story is the key just like in Avatar or porno movies.
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