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BLISS THE MAGAZINE GOES NATIONAL

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 24, 2009

CONTACT:
V. Michelle Stephenson, President/CEO
VMS Communications
michelle@vmscommunications.net
1-888-436-2158


BLISS THE MAGAZINE GOES NATIONAL


Bliss The Magazine

Houston, TX (BlackNews.com) - In order to reach its growing audience, Bliss The Magazine has transformed from a quarterly print publication to a monthly online magazine with a reader base which now spans across the country.

A lifestyle relationship magazine which addresses the before and after of a wedding, BLISS offers an in-depth view of pre-wedding topics as well as post-wedding subjects for women of color. Like the printed version, Bliss online (www.blissthemagazine.com) presents an exquisite preview of wedding possibilities and examines the complex yet wondrous journey of marriage.

Initially a print publication distributed four times a year to thousands throughout the greater Houston-area, the magazine was an immediate hit for local Houston audiences and the buzz soon began in other cities.

"We received a phenomenal response after our print launch in March 2007," said K. Broussard, Founder and Editor-in-Chief. "Because Bliss taps into a market for women of color, a market which is not actively and consistently included in mainstream wedding publications, we knew we had to expand our reach...readers outside of Houston wanted Bliss too; and they let us know. Fortunately, through our online publication there are no limits. Now our readers can access Bliss 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with new and intriguing content updated monthly."

Bliss online features articles to address issues that are relative to pre-marital issues as well as making a marriage work. Various monthly features will continue to include original and informative content relative to planning a wedding as well as great places to travel, new and exciting beauty and fashion tips--pre and post wedding, along with inspiring stories from our readers.

With editorial representatives in Houston, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, D.C. and New York, Bliss is the first of its kind dedicated to providing practical information to women of color about what comes before and after the wedding.

Bliss The Magazine is fully operated by SaJhan Publishing, LLC. Founded in 2006, SaJhan Publishing, LLC is an independent publishing entity that produces and distributes publications catering to the diverse masses.


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