Ashburn Magazine spotlights the people, places and businesses that make our community special — from Belmont to Brambleton and from One Loudoun to Loudoun Station. This glossy, high-impact magazine is delivered by U.S. mail to about 13,000 of the highest income single-family neighborhoods in Zip codes 20147 and 20148, with several thousand additional copies available for free pick-up in local restaurants, stores and offices (click here for complete list). The premiere issue was published in March 2019, and subsequent issues will be published every other month. For more information, email email@example.com.
CONGRATS on the publication!
I am with the Loudoun Wineries Association (LWA) and wanted to know how we can partner to have our Loudoun County wine events listed with your magazine? Here is more information about LWA and some of our upcoming events. https://www.loudounwine.org/
Taste of Rosé Wekend is approaching in April and I was hoping you could add this online if it’s too late to go into your next publication.
Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to hearing from you.
What a wonderful magazine depicting Ashburn how it has grown since the 60s. I have only lived in Ashburn for 10 years and in Clifton for 30 years before that and watched Ashburn grow from a far away forested area to the bustling suberb of today along with the expansion of the Dulles Corridor. Progress is nice but I really miss the closeness of yesteryear and the way people all knew each other, were friends, could ask a neighbor for a cup of milk, and remember their teacher’s names. That is gone today. When I moved into Ashburn, I expected neighbors to welcome me with flowers or at least a friendly hello (like I would do) but it did not happen. I have only spoken to my next door neighbor once in 15 years (not for the lack of trying on my part) … This is not the way neighborhoods should be and I am now contemplating moving to Leesburg due to the apathy of the neighborhood. Do continue to recount the wonderful memories of Ashburn’s yesteryear and the exciting new activities of recent years. Your magazine was wonderful to read.