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  • “Congratulations on your newest issue of @ Affinity. I received my first issue at the Appleton Farmer’s Market this morning. I read it cover to cover–excellent material and information. Looking forward to reading more issues in the future.”

  • “Wonderful, informative magazine! I love all the local info and colorful pages. It definitely kept me reading!”

  • “I loved it! Even caught my husband counting the @ signs. Kudos on a great first issue!”

  • “Love the look of the cover of the first issue of @Affinity. Love the name of the magazine… looks fresh!”

  • “Jerry Draws found 51 @’s on the kids@Affinity page. He’s not quite a kid, but enjoyed the page anyway! Maybe need a similar ‘old folks’ page. @Affinity is good. Enjoyed the whole thing.”

  • “Enjoyed viewing the premiere issue of @ Affinity. I found it very informative and creatively composed… look forward to the next. Keep up the great work!!”

  • “Informative.”

  • “I enjoy reading the articles in the magazine. Keep up the good work.”

  • “I just received a call from a lovely lady letting me know that she just received her @Affinity magazine in the mail, read the article on genetic counseling, and thought it was ‘just wonderful.’ She had a few questions on the program since her family has a long history of cancer, and thought it would be great information for her daughters.”

  • “Good job with this magazine. Move over Good Housekeeping!”

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