Exposure Magazine is "Changing the Narrative," in response to Gucci
The luxury lifestyle magazine will be exclusively curating content for African American owned businesses
By: Aart & Kingsley
About Exposure Magazine
Since 2013 Exposure Magazine has managed to reach over 2.5 million web viewers and 35,000+ subscribers for its print and digital format. Approaching 2019 Lawrence made a spirited pronouncement to modify the content being published in the pages of Exposure magazine. According to recent records, the magazine's publisher Tam Lawrence has been endowed a Lobbyist in the State of Wisconsin and continues to direct public relations for several leading corporations such Sachiko Machinery Co, Ltd in Japan, Aart & Kingsley LLC in Wisconsin and Sage Rage Media in South Carolina.
"When I approached becoming a publisher my primary focus was to become a change-agent. Joining forces with culturally responsible brand partners and advertisers has been at the forefront of every campaign I've curated for Exposure Magazine since 2013. As a lavish lifestyle magazine for African Americans- its uniqueness would be our distribution approach, shelve life, engagement with readers off-line and our ability to serve those who enjoy a posh lifestyle off/line. Undeniably, when you're exposed to anything [new] you're attaining knowledge— without exposure life would be incomplete."
Tam Lawrence, Publisher of Exposure Magazine
Inappropriately, in recent years numerous brands, corporations, and designers have overtly tarnished their relationship with African American consumers, by releasing culturally insensitive content and/or designs. Consequently, these brands have been threatened with boycotts and marred on social media networks by consumers. Successively, Exposure Magazine responded by releasing its #changingthenarrtive campaign— exposing African American households to businesses and corporations echoing their interest.
On April 30th, 2019 Exposure Magazine in partnership with Microsoft will kick off its annual interactive media tour tilted "Media Roll Call." The interactive panel discussion will provide local businesses with techniques and tips on how to gain media exposure; along with addressing the moral obligation minority media outlets and professionals should consider when distributing content.
As advertisers search for a media platform energetically moving well-to-do African Americans towards their businesses- Exposure Magazine remains on the forefront. For more details contact their office by calling (414) 533-7239 or send mail to PO BOX 511803 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Attention: Tam Lawrence
Aart & Kingsley