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					About Us
May 2006 We launched AroundMarsHill.com AroundMarsHill com

2008 New Name WC The Magazine for West Cobb

March 2007 Published 1st Issue of Around Mars Hill Magazine

April 2008 New Look

October 2008 WC West Cobb Magazine

Home

WC the Magazine for West Cobb reaches over 20,000 affluent West Cobb & Cedarcrest area households 10 times per year.

PLACES TO GO, THINGS TO DO & PEOPLE TO KNOW

INTERESTING, SHORT, FUN INTERESTING SHORT FUN, QUIRKY EASY TO READ & LOTS OF PICTURES
The local magazine with the look and feel of a national publication

2008 10 issues from Feb - Nov/Dec.

2009 10 issues from Feb - Nov/Dec.

2009 – Launching

East Cobb Magazine (EC)

OUR NEW LOOK & 3 CONTENT SECTIONS
WC Home

WC Themes & Features

Bold Covers

WC

Departments

2009 WC Circulation

We print a minimum of 20,000 copies per month i i i f i h 2009 Mail 15, 000 Per Month • • • • 30101 ACWORTH 30152 KENNESAW 30064 MARIETTA 30127 POWDER SPRINGS 5,500 5,000 2,500 2,000 2 000

3,000 – 5,000 Pickup Copies Per Month at area doctors offices, restaurants. salons, retail stores, auto repair ships and other high traffic locations in West Cobb and the , p p g Cedarcrest corridor. We help sponsor 6-8 Major West Cobb Events where we distribute copies on site 3,000-5,000 3 000 5 000 bonus copies

The WC Home
Introduced in October 2007

Each Month - 4 -5 features on homes and gardens in West Cobb written by West Cobb interior designers, kitchen designers, homdfurnishings writers and landscape architects.

REGULAR DEPARTMENTS

Let s Let’s Go Shopping “New” The Look without the Price Money Matters

Giving Back Community Involvement Opportunities

A View from the Road Roger “Hurricane” Wilson

The Best Darn

Special Monthly Themes
We will again publish our special Destination Issue that Spotlight Different parts of West Cobb. • May Acworth • J June Kennesaw K • August The Marietta Square

In 2009, we will again publish a number of special events issues starting with April’s Spring Festivals issue highlighting The Big Shanty & Taste of Marietta Festivals

WC FEATURES – GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
THE TASTE OF MARIETTA and PEACHES and PIGS FESTIVAL
WC is a Sponsor of Many West Cobb Events & Teams • • • • • • • Taste of Marietta Scarlett on the S S Square Peaches & Pigs Festival Taste of Acworth Taste of Kennesaw Harrison HS Football North Cobb Rotary Pigskin Preview

At many of the major events that WC helps sponsor, we have a booth to give out copies of our issue for that sponsor month which has a Special Feature Insert that serves as the Event Program at No Cost to the Event.

Household Demographics of WC M ili D hi f Mailing A Area
Median Income Ga. G Rank National Rank Average Age Under 18 18-29 30-39 40-49 50-64 65+ Avg. Commute Time $89,614 97% 95% 34% 35% 10% 15% 23% 13% 5% 35 Min Married Married w/Children Single Single w/Children Average Home Value Owner Occupied Home $265,533 , Education 4 Yr. College Graduate Employment Managerial / M i l Professional 74% 88% 53% 12% 3%

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WHAT DO OUR READERS LIKE ABOUT WC
1. That we are first and foremost a content driven magazine with editorial about and relevant to active and affluent lifestyles. lif l 2. They look forward receiving it each month and many save it on their coffee tables. It is the magazine for and about tables their “little corner of the world” 3. 3 The short easy to read interesting articles so that they short, articles, can pick it up and put it down. 4. The look and feel of it. 5. That it isn’t just full of ads or generic articles. Since our first issue, we have received emails each month thanking us for publishing Around Mars Hill and now WC.

WHAT DO OUR ADVERTISERS LIKE ABOUT WC
1. That we are first and foremost a content driven magazine with editorial about and relevant to their customers. 2. The long shelf life of WC keeps their ads in front their customers and prospects. Our long shelf life is created through a combination of content and graphics and pictures. 4. That it is printed entirely in full color on bright white heavy glossy paper. This allows their ads to stand out much more than newsprint does. That they can purchase a local publication that gives them the look and feel of a national publication at a cost competitive to most local advertising options. There a e no contracts to sign. If it works continue to advertise with us e e are o co t acts sg . t wo s co t e a ve t se w t s and if it doesn’t find something that works for you Finally and Most Important It Works for Them. We have 10 advertisers that h d ti th t have b been with us from the b i i ith f th beginning.

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For Further Information

Mike Straus Publisher 404-694-2208 mike@wcthemagazine.com mike@wcthemagazine com Visit us on the web at www.wcthemagazine.com www.westcobbmagazine.com t bb i
Drop by and visit us at The Big Shanty Festival Th Bi Sh t F ti l April 18 & 19 The Taste of Marietta April 26 p

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Volume III, Number February 2008

2009 Media Kit

EACH ISSUE REACHES 20,000 + AFFLUENT WEST COBB HOUSEHOLDS LOTS OF EXCITING NEW REGULAR FEATURES

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The “Must Read” Magazine
for West Cobb’s Affluent Households

About WC
WC (West Cobb Magazine) is a 2 year old content driven glossy full color lifestyle magazine that I In just 2 short years, we have become the “Must Read” publication for affluent West Cobb & Cedarcrest households. Each issue goes to over 20,000 affluent hoseholds in West Cobb and the Cedarcrestarea residents. We also are a sponsor at 3-4 major area events, where we hand out an additional 3,000 -5,000 at each event. There is no charge for this extra circulation.

Who Receives WC
WC is mailed to over18, 500 HOMES, including some of West Cobb’s most affluent neighborhoods Below is a partial list of neighborhoods that we mail to: Brookstone I II & III, The Links at Brookstone, Aviary, Brookstone Commons, Brookstone Manor, Bentwater , Governors Town Club, Seven Hills, Star Lake, Burnt Hickory Lakes, Burnt Hickory Registry, Browns Farm, Camden Pointe, Hedgerose, Kentwater, Silver Oaks, Overlook & Marietta Country Club, Hardage Farms, Anderson Farms, Barrett Green, Hill Road, Saddlebrook Farms and Lost Mountain Township, Oakleigh, Amberton, Echo Mills and many smaller neighborhoods. In 2009, we will be increasing our coverage in Marietta in (30064 and 30060) and will add 30144. Our mailing list is updated quarterly and may change as we rotate neighborhoods mailed to within our market area. Mailing area is subject to change at publishers discreation.

It’s All About Content
WC combines the high-end quality look and feel of national magazine with an emphasis toward the local reader. Each issue is divided into three sections: WC Home, Monthly Theme and Regular Departments. The content is written by and for West Cobb residents. All of the articles in WC are short and easy to read so it can be picked up and read frequently. This style of providing relevant information about Places to Go, Things to Do and People to know has been designed to increase the shelf life. of the magazine.

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Photography by © Cherry Berry Studio and Design

A Little Bit of the Old West on the Banks of Etowah River

By Susan L. Drake
West Cobb residents Sherri and Greg Sands are originally from Oklahoma. So when it came time to search for a vacation home, the Sands knew that they wanted to recreate the feel of the American West. And, with the help of local interior designer Debbie Monson of Acorn Home and Garden, they lovingly created The Mudlick Ranch, a 5000-square-foot log ranch-style getaway near the banks of the Etowah River just outside Cartersville. In January the Sands and their three daughters will celebrate two years of enjoying “our little piece of heaven”, which seems like hundreds of miles away from Atlanta. The 55-acre ranch is home to horses, chickens, goats and any friends lucky enough to be invited to share the Sands’ bucolic dream. “I wanted the rooms to be very warm and inviting,” Sherri says. “We wanted to give every room a personal touch and Debbie helped me so much.” Because the existing home didn’t require any additional construction, Sherri and Debbie focused on painting the non-log interior walls in earth tones. For instance, in the great room—one of Sherri’s favorites—the walls were painted a warm neutral beige. And the room boasts a signature lighting fixture, a towering two-tiered chandelier crafted of real wagon wheels from

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November 2008

DARNPIZZA
IN WEST COBB OBB
ndfu dfu dful dful sauce, a handful th the he and through the alchemy of a hot oven… Pizza!

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The Best Darn Pizza in West Cobb by Kim Tummolo Di Gusto Di Gusto Italian Grille & Bar. Gusto us u t 3150 3150 3150 1 3150 Pkwy NW # 200, Ke es Kenne Kennesa Ken esa Kennesaw,GA 30152 (770)52 (7 0)52 0) 0)52 (770)529-4200 Arrivin Arrivin rrivin rriv rriv iv Arriving piping hot, this pizza had ad had far the most cheese an and and amount of surface oil oi oil cooking. The crust perfectly crispy from cen cen center to edge, neither ov ov over- nor underdone. Th Th The pepperoni was p peppery-er than the others. A thoroughly sa sa satisfying slice from heaven heave eaven. ve will heaven. I will add that on another occasion we or occasi ccasion ccas ca ord rd occasion, we ord ordered the thin-crust sausage and mushroom pizza and declared it well worth the trip. Johnny’s New York Style Pizza & Subs 3541 Cobb Parkway NW Acworth, GA 30101 (770)529-5300 and 3718 Dallas Hwy. Marietta, GA 30064 (770)425-8333. A more than adequate share s of cheese and toppings sent Johnny’s soaring on the cheese-o-meter. The crust ter, was crispy at the center, tle but the edge was a little doughy, but puffed. An e altogether delectable . slice of pepperoni. And we liked the way Johnny’s avoids the usual stereotypes by adding blackchecked tablecloths.

On one recent afternoon, g my dining companion and I ed d randomly visited the h all three of the med ed e restaurants named nted nted ed below. We wanted fresh pizza – and and y-si y-side y-sid y-si -si ide fresh side-by-side som some om memories of some es. We s. . of our favorities. We ordered a small pizza between us at each pizzeria. I’m something of a purist. My personal pizza-eating ethics have only one rule: Ya hafta be able to eat it with your hands! This of course necessitates having a crisp crust and just the right amount of toppings. Happily, all of our picks allowed this. Having said this, my dining companion proceeded to eat his pizza with his knife and fork! Overcoming my mortification, we set about our main task: We set out to find the best crust, the best toppings, the best that West Cobb has to offer in the way of that old favorite, pepperoni pizza. Here are our top picks, in alphabetical order. (Since there is some dispute over what constitutes New York style vs. Chicago style pizza, we’ll avoid questions regarding conformity to geographic stylings. I’m sure I’ll get letters anyway!) 36 ▐ WC the Magazine March 2008

Mellow Mushroom 1133 Chastain Road Kennesaw, GA 30144 (770) 426-9900. We found the signature wheat germ crust to be unexpected and delightfully hearty. The crust was crispy from center to edge, but a bit overcooked. Although the pizza top came a little burned, the toppings rated high on the cheese-o-meter. The pepperoni left the most amount of surface oil after cooking, perhaps from overcooking. The extra sprinkle of parmesan cheese over the cooked pizza will delight parmes fans. parmesan

Did we miss Y YOUR top pi picks? Let us kn know some of you your favorite pizz pizza places and we may include your comments in a future issue. Contact me at: kim@ WCthem WCthemagazine.com

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DESTINATION HISTORIC ACWORTH

...let’s go shopping
By Cindy Straus

Only a few short years ago, West Cobb’s Dallas Highway consisted mainly of working farms complete with tranquil farmhouses.
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Just his MOMMA and DADDY’S BOY
By Ed Van Herik Just call him Jim and Darlene’s boy. “That’s who I am,” said Marlon Longacre, pastor of community development at Northstar Church. In the community’s eyes, Marlon is the man named the 1999 Cobb County Mentor of the Year, as well as 2000 Acworth Citizen of the Year. He has served as chairman of the Big Shanty Festival since 2003, and has been the chairman of the Love the Lake Concert Series for three years. But as Marlon sees it, he’s simply an extension of the good example set for him by his parents. His father headed the volunteer fire department and gave freely of his time to run children’s activities, and his mother was a giver who taught him not to be selfish. At Northstar, Marlon’s role is to position the church so that it is seen as the first place to call for help in the community. Marlon said that in the past, people in need would often turn to a business or community group for help, and that he has reached out to create networks to assist Cobb residents who need it. Recently, the communities of Cobb worked to create a ball field designed specifically for specialneeds children. Last year, the ballpark drew an average of 57 players each weekend; this year the number is close to double. Marlon, who spearheaded the project, said, “It was the greatest act of kindness I have ever seen from a community. People just rallied around.” Marlon paused for a second, then said, “When my father was dying, he said that if he had a little more time, he’d give it to the children. I asked him why, and he said because they need somebody,” Marlon said. “I’ve tried to be that somebody.”

Distribution
We print 22,000-25,000 copies per issue . In 2009 we will publish 10 issues. Our market area are West Cobb’s affluent single family neighborhoods from west of the Marietta Square to the Cedarcrest area. Our distribution area includes some of the most beautiful and affluent subdivisions in Acworth(30101), Kennesaw(30152), Marietta(30064), Powder Springs(30127) and Dallas(30132).

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The estimated per issue readership of WC is more than 40,000 per issue.

Mike Straus - Publisher
404-694-2208 mike@wcthemagazine,com

2009 EDITORIAL CALANDAR Each isse of WC is divided into three main sections: WC Home, a Monthly Theme and our Regular Departments. New in 2009 each issue is our complete West Cobb Dine Out Guide.
Cover Month Feb. March April May June July August Sept. October Nov/Dec. Editorial Theme West of the Chicken West Cobb Home Issue Taste of Marietta DestinationAcworth Destination Kennesaw Destination Cedarcrest Destination Marietta Taste of Kennesaw Taste of Acworth Holiday Issue

Reader Demographics
Our Readers Are Educated and affluent 75% are college grads $75,000 Medium HH Income Primarily 35-64 years olds Over 2/3 have children 18 and under living at home.

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Editorial themes are subject to change.

Advertising Information
Advertising in WC enables you to take advantage of a national level advertising tools on the local level with local advertising pricing. WC is printd in a high-quality glossy format with process color on every page. Our bold graphic look and relevant content was designed to give WC the longest shelf life of any area publication. We have added four new ads sizes for 2009, so that we now have a wide variety of sizes to meet all size budgets. For 2009, we have only taken a very small price increase enough to handle increases in printing and postage that we face for 2009.

Mechanical Requirements
All ads must have pictures and logos at 300 dpi and should
be sent to us in a high resolution PDF format. If you do not have an ad will -put together an ad for you at No Charge. Some restrictions do exist , call for further infrormation.

2009 Closing & Mailing Dates
Cover Date January February March April May June July August September October Nov/December Ad Closing Jan 19 Jan 19 Feb 16 Mar 16 Apr 20 May 18 June 15 July 20 Aug 17 Sep 21 Nov 16 Mails Week of Jan 26 Jan 26 Feb 23 Mar 23 Apr 27 May 25 June 22 July 27 Aug 24 Sep 28 Nov 23

2009 Ad Sizes & Cost
We offer both one time ad rates and frequency discounts. All ad costs are a per issue cost. If you comitt to a run on a frequency rate basis and do not honor your contract you will be billed for the adjsted difference based on what you ran vs. the contract rate. Several times a year, we offer special promotional rates, which may not be combined with any other discounts

Ad Size
Full Page 2/3 Page Vertical New Size 1/2 Page Horizontal 1/2 Page (Vertical) 1/3 Page (V) New Size Qtr. Page (V) 1/6 Page (V) New Size Dine Out Only Business Card Ad
New Bulletin Board Starts March 09 Issue

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Douceur de France
Authentic FrenchBakeryandCafe French Bakery and Cafe

Red Hot Savings
Our $3.50 Spaghetti Dinner
Our $3.50 Spaghetti dinner includes homemade tomato sauce, a small salad and hot fresh baked bread. Add $1 for Meat Sauce or Add $2 for Meatballs or Italian Sausage. Dine-In Only

Monday & Thursday

Come to visit us and see our variety of desserts while enjoying breakfast or lunch.

$10.99 Italian Steak Night
Enjoy one of our delicious 10oz. top sirloin center cut steaks with a small salad and a side for only $10.99. Dine- In Only

Tuesday

Desserts

Chocolates

Free Pizza & Kids Eat Free
Kids Eat Free
One child under 12 per adult entree, Must eat off Kids Menu. Dine-In Only Free Pizza Offer is good for our famous Chicago Style or Regular Pizza. Dine-In or Take-Out. One per table one per take-out order

Wednesday & Sunday

Order for the Holidays

BUY ANY LARGE 1 OR MORE TOPPING PIZZA AND GET A MEDIUM CHESSE PIZZA FREE

Di Gusto Italian Grille and Bar
Pasta • Pizza • Seafood • Steaks

367 Gl verSt.–Mari tta, GA 30060 367Glover St. – Marietta,GA30060 (770)425-5050 www.douceurdefrance.ccom om ClosedonSunday

3150 3150 Cobb Parkwayin Acworth 770-529-4200 digustoitalian.com
Across From WalMat & Next to Zaxby’s No offers may be combined with any other offer or coupons Expires 1/31/09

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The Look Without The Price
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Joann Fabrics usually place their pictures in the center isle when they are having a sale. Furniture stores also carry pictures. But there prices are usually higher. Other area locations to find nice quality pictures include: Home Goods, Tuesday Morning, Hobby Lobby, Garden Ridge, Old Time Pottery and Big Lots.

New for 2009

The New Expanded

WC Dine Out Guide

In January, we introduced our new “The Look" WC Dine Out Guide which contains Without the Price 6-10 pages of restauant information including info on new restaurants in West Cobb as well as short write ups our favorites throughot West Cobb. This new format also is where, we Douceur de France will be introducing 3 new ad sizes. Best adverising value for West Cobb restaurants. Ad costs from only $175 per month for a full color ad in a grossy magaine priced similar to monthly newwspapers or magazines on newsprint. Longest shelf life of To help our readers through today’s West Cobb publications. challenging times, we are developing new columns to help them live the good life without the cost. In January, Mike Straus - Publisher we introduced “The Look Withot The 404-694-2208 Price”, a new regular column by a long mike@wcthemagazine.com time West Cobb interior designer that provides tips on how you can create an upscale look in yor home without the cost. This same concept will be expanded to women’s clothing, art, dining out , travel and investmentsover the next few months. All these new columns will be written by area professionals that are experts in their fields and will help yo navigate through these crazy economic times .
by Jan Britt If you are planning to update the look of your home but are concerned about the crazy economic times, don’t worry. The high end designer look is still possible on a budget with creativity, and spending a little more time looking through home decorating magazines for unique ideas. When you go shopping for pictures and accessories. take samples of your color palate with you for the room(s) you are planning to update or redesign. Having the colors with you will help you to avoid making color choice mistakes as you match your art work to your color palate. You may find that you like the frame and the matting of the pictures that you see in the stores but you do not like any of pictures. If you are not be able to find the right colors or pictures in area retail stores, go online and find a print that matches your colors and style. You can buy the print online and put it into a frame you found locally. Two good sites to look for prints and posters www.art.com or www.allposters. com. See you next month with more tips on how to create the “Look” without the Price, Our new feature called “The Look” without the Price will feature tips and resources from me, Jan Britt. I am a West Cobb interior decorator who teaches interior decorating at KSU. My mission in the monthly column is to talk about how you can achieve the high end designer look on a budget. Each month I will explore different areas of the home and present ideas and resources to give you the “High End” Look:” without the Price. The easiest way to achieve a high end look without paying a lot of money for your product is to hire a decorator who will charge you an hourly rate and take you to wholesale home furnishings outlets like: America’s Mart (sample sale), A.D.A.C. or other wholesale stores in the Atlanta area. Your decorator will probably charge you an hourly rate from $75.00 to $100.00 per hour. As an interior decorator, I charge my clients $75.00 per hour to take them wholesale and retail shopping. I am really able to save my clients a lot of money and guide them into the right direction for their decorating needs while still remaining on a budget. About the Author: Jan Britt is a Marietta based interior designer with over 20 years experience in the field. She currently teaches interior design at Kennesaw State and has appeared on HGTV for 2 years. She may be reached at 404- 510- 3636 or at decorate@Decoratewithjan.com. Her website is www.decoratewithjan.com.

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Douceur de France Authentic French Bakery and Cafe
Come to visit us and see our variety of desserts while enjoying breakfast or lunch. Desserts Chocolates

Order for the Holidays

367 Glover St. – Marietta, GA 30060 (770)425-5050 www.douceurdefrance.com www.douceurdefrance.com Closed on Sunday

Red Hot Savings
Our $3.50 Spaghetti Dinner
Our $3.50 Spaghetti dinner includes homemade tomato sauce, a small salad and hot fresh baked bread. Add $1 for Meat Sauce or Add $2 for Meatballs or Italian Sausage. Dine-In Only

Monday & Thursday

$10.99 Italian Steak Night
Enjoy one of our delicious 10oz. top sirloin center cut steaks with a small salad and a side for only $10.99. Dine- In Only

Tuesday

Free Pizza & Kids Eat Free
Kids Eat Free
One child under 12 per adult entree, Must eat off Kids Menu. Dine-In Only Free Pizza Offer is good for our famous Chicago Style or Regular Pizza. Dine-In or Take-Out. One per table one per take-out order

Wednesday & Sunday

BUY ANY LARGE 1 OR MORE TOPPING PIZZA AND GET A MEDIUM CHESSE PIZZA FREE

Di Gusto Italian Grille and Bar
Pasta • Pizza • Seafood • Steaks

3150 3150 Cobb Parkwayin Acworth 770-529-4200 digustoitalian.com
Across From WalMat & Next to Zaxby’s

1/6 Page - 1/2 Column (V) Dine Out Section Only Douceur de France
Authentic French Bakery and Cafe

Authentic French Bakery and Cafe

If don’t want to hire a decorator and want to do it yourself, then I can recommend store locations that you can go to that will still save you money. If you are happy with your existing furniture you can change the whole look of your room by changing your pictures or art work and changing your accessories. The pre and post Christmas sales are a perfect time to save on home furnishings with so much on sale. This month, I am going to concentrate on places to save on pictures and accessories in Marietta and the Atlanta area. You might be surprised to know that fabric stores like Decorating Mart, Needful Things, Joann Fabrics, and Hancock Fabrics have fantastic sales on quality pictures and accessories. Go check out the store and see if they have your decorating style. If the pictures are not on sale at the time ask when they usually have sales. Always look in the clearance sections of every store.

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367 Glover St. – Marietta, GA 30060 (770)425-5050 www.douceurdefrance.com Closed on Sunday

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