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Today's Senior Magazine started with its first California publication in November of 2004. Since then we have expanded to other areas throughout the United States. We credit our success to understanding the field of marketing to senior citizens and giving them access to local and national products and services that align with the needs of those 50 and over. We publish the most read and talked about senior magazines in our areas of distribution!
We publish a magazine that is different from other senior citizen publications. We print on easy to read newsprint, making it a perfect magazine for seniors. Printing this way also allows us to save costs, consequently charging our advertisers much less. This makes it possible for seniors to get important, relevant information in their area. Our targeted senior marketing distribution delivers to senior centers, gaming locations, retirement and assisted living homes, restaurants, and other businesses with a large senior population or customers. Our unique process and our dedication to delivering magazines for senior citizens that truly speak to the needs and wants of their lives makes us one of the best senior magazine franchises around.
We are always staying ahead of the information we know our customers need. That's why Today's Senior Magazine continues to be the go-to magazine for seniors across the country. We will continue to expand, providing our readers with information that matters to them.
Today's Senior Magazine - A senior magazine that provides important information, plus local and national products and services for people fifty and over - today's senior! The most read and talked about senior publication in our areas of distribution!
Today’s Senior Magazine is published monthly, PO Box 6456, Eureka, CA 95501 Telephone: (877) 739-1022. Subscription rates, one year $24. Manuscripts, photographs and poems are sent at owner’s risk. Letters to editor are welcome. Publisher reserves the right to accept or reject any editorial or advertising matter. Publisher reserves the right to condense or rewrite submitted copy to conform with professional journalism standards, while maintaining the intended content of the article. Today’s Senior Magazine does not endorse copy contents of ads, articles or editorials and does not assume and hereby disclaim any liability to any party for any loss or damage caused by error or omission in Today’s Senior Magazine, whether such error or omission results from negligence, accident, or any other cause. Today’s Senior Magazine is a Today's Senior Magazine, LLC publication.
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