Thursday, June 22, 2017
From its offices in Niwot, Colorado, Atlantic Publishers Group (APG) provides readers nationwide with subscriptions to a broad range of magazine titles. The company carries everything from local magazines such as Colorado Homes & Lifestyle to popular national publications such as Cosmopolitan, Forbes, Newsweek, and Rolling Stone. Committed to helping others, the staff at Atlantic Publishers Group also dedicates their time and resources to supporting organizations such as Meals on Wheels.
In its efforts to continue meeting the nutrition and social needs of underserved senior citizens across the country, Meals on Wheels oversees a variety of programs in nearly every community in the United States. Beyond its day-to-day local work, the organization oversees an annual conference focused on advancing the country’s senior care network.
Registration is currently open for the Meals on Wheels 2017 Conference, which will take place August 29-31 in Denver. The three-day event will feature daily concurrent sessions organized into learning tracks on broad topics such as nutrition, development and fundraising, communications, and financial management. The education program will also include intensive workshops, lightning learning sessions, and several keynote presentations.
Outside of the learning activities, attendees will have the opportunity to take part in networking events and explore an exhibit hall featuring products and services to support local Meals on Wheels programs. Additional details, including registration pricing and hotel information, can be found at www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org.
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Based in Niwot, Colorado, Atlantic Publishers Group (APG) offers subscriptions to a wide selection of popular magazines, from Car and Driver to Time. Among the Atlantic Publishers Group titles that the entire family can enjoy is National Geographic, a magazine unique in having its first issue printed with the inception of the National Geographic Society in 1888.
The National Geographic Society’s founders included civic leaders from a wide range of backgrounds, including exploration and geography. Among the founders were teachers, financiers, and cartographers. They shared an enthusiasm for expanding scientific and cultural knowledge of regions around the globe and for reaching out to the layman reader.
With the initial technical articles complemented by photos and illustrations, the formula proved a resounding success and circulation increased from 1,000 to more than 2 million within a few years. Some of the money earned through subscriptions has gone to worthy endeavors over the decades, including grants to Jacques Cousteau for underwater exploration and Jane Goodall for observation of chimpanzees in the wild.