East of the City Magazine debuts

Want to know what makes Wilson County special? Looking to get plugged into the culture scenes and lifestyles that Wilson County is known for? Look no further than East of the City Magazine.
Mar 18, 2014

Want to know what makes Wilson County special? Looking to get plugged into the culture scenes and lifestyles that Wilson County is known for? Look no further than East of the City Magazine.

Lebanon Publishing Company, parent company of The Lebanon Democrat, Mt. Juliet News and Hartsville Vidette, is excited to debut in today’s edition the inaugural issue of its bi-monthly lifestyle magazine focusing on what makes Wilson County great. 

The magazine replicates the true spirit of the region east of Nashville and those who call it home. While Wilson County is boasting a vibrant economy that is attracting businesses of almost any sector and entrepreneurs of every stripe, EC Magazine expects to hold its homes and readers in high regard and is presented in beautiful photography, in-depth and thoughtful articles on a range of topics and use of the charm of Wilson County in an intelligent manner. 

Vice President of LPC, Jesse Lindsey, notes the magazine is different than other magazines already in circulation in Wilson County. 

“EC Magazine is a mirror image of Wilson County. It possesses dignity and confidence and enables us to take our readers on bold journeys through culture and tradition and on to what lies ahead. Our pages convey warmth of the people and style of this proud area. Our content is intelligent, open-minded and as honest as down-home cooking. It’s foundation is in editorial integrity, which allows us to seamlessly integrate the thoughts and ideas of those that stretch east of Nashville,” said Lindsey. 

Laurie Everett, East of the City Magazine’s managing editor said, “We are excited about the new, fresh stories. Preview copies of the magazine have been well received.”

Each issue will showcase a different aspect of life East of the City, including an arts and entertainment section, the “Let’s Eat” feature which spotlights area restaurants and cooks, and the “Day in the Life” of a different local personality.

“Much like Nashville, our surrounding communities are growing and expanding and with that comes new businesses, emerging arts, fresh fare and more. The staff of EC and I are excited to debut this premier lifestyles magazine that explores all that lies east of the city,” said Creative Director Charity Toombs.

The publication is bi-monthly, and can be found in strategically placed newsstands from 2nd Avenue to Watertown. The magazine can be found in more than 40 locations across the county, as well as in Nashville, Donelson and Hermitage, including upscale boutiques and retail outlets reaching a select readership where they shop, as well as where they circulate in hotels, real estate and chamber offices throughout the region. It will also be available to LPC newspaper subscribers. 

Toombs said the publication is truly geared toward communities east of the city and features community contributors and industry experts to keep readers in the know.

“It’s an exciting time and we are thrilled to bring you a premier bi-monthly publication that will give a fresh perspective on all things ‘east of the city.’ We hope you come along for the ride,” said Toombs. The next edition is slated for May.

For more information about editorial content or advertising, call Toombs at 615-444-3952 ext. 29 or email her at ctoombs@lebanonpublishing.com

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