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Joy Magazine Wins Award

JOY Magazine WINS AWARD

C.B.A. Award 2005

New Zealand Christian Publication of the Year

Launched in October last year, JOY Magazine is a 76-page, full colour, glossy magazine, established to inspire and encourage women throughout New Zealand to reach their full potential. Sold in bookstores nationwide, the magazine is both trendy and elegant in style. At the annual Christian Booksellers convention last weekend, JOY Magazine was awarded best New Zealand publication of the year!

6,000 copies are printed bimonthly, and JOY currently has over 730 paid up subscribers! “We are delighted with the support we have received from women all over New Zealand,” says Gill Donald, founder and editor of the publication.

What do readers say about JOY Magazine?

“I love the size. It’s so easy to slip in your handbag and take it with you wherever you go!”

“JOY Magazine is a great read from cover to cover. I refer to it often.”

“It’s fantastic to have a magazine that is not filled with gossip, but has articles that are encouraging and relevant to today.”

ENDS

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