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BLACK IMAGE celebrates one year anniversary

January 1, 2010 by  
Filed under Celebrations

It has been one year since Las Vegas Black Image Magazine was introduced in January 2009.
When the Las Vegas Review-Journal announced its partnership with Black Image creators and co-publishers Charles Tureaud and Kimberly Bailey-Tureaud, the team launched Nevada’s largest distributed publication targeting African-Americans.
“It was a great moment to publish our first issue of Las Vegas Black Image Magazine,” said Kimberly Bailey-Tureaud. “There was a tremendous editorial void in Las Vegas before we published Black Image, and we want to celebrate positive stories about African-Americans in Nevada. All over the valley, there are successful African-Americans in community service, business, entertainment and culture who contribute to our great lifestyle. We want to showcase that.”
African-Americans have tremendous spending power, and Black Image is dedicated to honoring that power and highlighting its benefits to the community. Said Charles Tureaud: “We want to thank all of our advertisers who have advertised in our publication, and who are reaching the broadest segment of African-Americans in Nevada.”
Among the talented team of people behind Black Image: editor André Herndon, designer Lee Strawther-Brown and a host of photographers who provide wonderful images that readers can treasure for a lifetime.
“The subscribers and readers of Las Vegas Black Image Magazine are the people we love and hopeto keep positively representing for a lifetime,” said Kimberly Bailey- Tureaud. “We thank you for all of the support, and we look forward to giving you all the best in the new year.”


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