Welcome To The South Shore Magazine

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The South Shore Magazine in publication since 2000 has been the regions premiere source of profiling the businesses and organizations that make up the fabric of the areas business community. Our four color glossy life-style publication utilizes direct mail distribution quarterly to 14 communities primarily along the coast; targeting 20,000 of the areas highest tax assessed valued homes. This targeted distribution assures our clients and advertisers that they are reaching an affluent demographic that are interested in the high quality and superiority of their products and services that their company and organization has to offer.

The content of  The South Shore Magazine covers House and Home oriented features as well as articles on Business and Well Being.  In addition we focus on Great Tastes, with articles catering to the local food scene in restaurants, cafes, gourmet grocers as well as beer, wine and spirits. Other article topics fall into our Life & Style and It’s a Man’s World sections, rounding out the content and providing content for multiple readers in each home.

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Summer Issue ~ 2014

Summer 2014 Issue

Summer 2014 Issue

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Spring Issue ~ 2014

Spring 2014 Issue

Spring 2014 Issue

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Holiday Issue ~ 2013

Holiday Issue ~ 2013

Holiday Issue ~ 2013

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Indian Summer Issue ~ 2013

Indian Summer ~ 2013

Indian Summer ~ 2013

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Spring Issue ~ 2013

Spring Issue ~ 2013

Spring Issue ~ 2013

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publisher’s corner

Stanley Blackmur

Greetings to you all, Welcome to our Early Spring edition of the South Shore Magazine.

This winter has certainly been a tough one for even the heartiest of New Englanders! Many of us pride ourselves on our endurance of the cold and snow and all that winter can throw at us: We will persevere! I, like many of us am desperately seeking signs of Spring. Of course you see items arriving in stores, but I am looking for consistent warmer temperatures and maybe a few crocuses springing up! Come on, Spring!

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