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Now Hiring : Advertising Sales Representative

Jackson Magazine is now hiring for an advertising sales representative. As an advertising sales representative you will be responsible for soliciting, administering, reporting and consulting on all advertising sales for Jackson Magazine. You will work to maximize sales for each publication and be accountable for reaching monthly sales goals, as...

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Special Editions

  PORTRAITS – 2018 What inspired this edition?  Anita-Maria Quillen. I had heard her on a podcast talking about how she managed her work life balance with a family and a growing business. I thought it was really interesting and wanted to explore very specific topics with people in the...

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The Founders

What is the thing that surprised you the most about Jackson Magazine through the years? How many people tried to get on the cover of the magazine. Some begged and pleaded. Many thought they could buy their way in. None of them ever were.   Is there a story or...

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Jackson Magazine’s Current Editorial Board

The Jackson Magazine Editorial Board is tasked with serving as a goodwill ambassador and spokesperson for the magazine and its events. They keep us informed of people/businesses that we should feature in the magazine. The board members are chosen because they are active in many local organizations as well...

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First Editorial Board for Jackson Business Monthly

When Jackson Business Monthly was conceived by Bob Michaels, He wrote in his Viewpoint that He hoped “this magazine can, in some small way, positively influence the perceptions of business in Jackson.”  To do this, he enlisted some help from representatives from agencies serving Jackson businesses.  ...

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A Look Back at Previous Covers

Andy’s Angels (September, 2019)     Mike Hirst founded Andy’s Angels after a heroin overdose claimed the life of his then 24-year-old son Andrew. The non-profit foundation provides financial support for treatment to people struggling with addiction. To provide longer-term solutions, Hirst opened Andy’s...

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