Hawkins, TX, March 09, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Rare Collections magazine launched a monthly print edition focused on East Texas antiques, collectibles and auctions March 2013. The magazine is a full-color 8.5 x 5.5 multi-page publication that tells the stories behind East Texas treasures. Distribution is monthly and available free at participating area antique stores, auctions, flea markets, special events, convenience stores, professional offices chambers of commerce and other high traffic areas.
"Our online magazine, originally based in California, has been growing steadily for more than 8 years, but when we came to Texas, people started asking if we had plans to produce a print magazine," said Andrew Kirby Executive Producer. “We just listened to our customers and decided to go ahead and produce the best one we could.”
The publication is currently seeking new stories about East Texans and their collections. Features include information, trends and advice for collectors, tips on care and archiving collections in order to protect their value and lifestyle pieces such as artist profiles, travel and the finer things in life.
“What makes our publication different from others is that we are a full-color publication and that we pair entertaining and informative content along side our advertiser’s messages to better captivate the audience through story telling,” said Producer/Editor, Kate Kirby
The Rare Collections Magazine is produced in print and online locally in East Texas by Two Moons Productions and Consulting, a full-service multi-media production company located outside Hawkins, Texas near Holly lake Ranch.