A Year of 919 Magazine’s
Leesville/Creedmoor Road Edition
One year ago, residents in the Leesville/Creedmoor Road area saw something new and exciting in their mailboxes: The colorful premier issue of 919 Magazine’s Leesville/Creedmoor Road Edition, filled with vibrant photographs and intriguing articles about local people, events and activities.
Now, 919 Magazine has six distinct communityoriented editions stretching along the I-540 Corridor in North Wake County serving Morrisville, Brier Creek, North Raleigh, Wakefield Plantation and Wake Forest – and distributed to more than 107,000 homes, condominiums, apartments and businesses. Here is a quick look back at the year, through the pages of 919…reflecting the 919, where we all Live, Work and Play.
May 2012 919 Magazine launches a Facebook page, a Twitter feed, and a robust website, www.919Magazine.com.
July 2012 March 2012 After months of research and planning, 919 Magazine staff members begin compiling the first issue of the Leesville/ Creedmoor Road edition, which included a full listing of local community and school events, how to register for local sports leagues, and where to find live music locally.
May 2012 919 Magazine launches, distributing an all-local, full-color community publication to every home, condo, apartment and business in the Leesville/Creedmoor Road/Zip Code 27613 area. Raleigh Police Department Capt. C.A. Carrigan of the Northwest Substation in Leesville graces the first cover of the first issue of 919 Magazine, as part of an extensive article on Leesville’s finest – and how to prevent crime in our local neighborhoods.
July 2012 919 Magazine’s second issue features an in-depth look at the Leesville Community Library and its manager, Jean Fargo.
919 Magazine recognizes its Charter Advertisers – an elite group that supported the local publication from the beginning: Thompson & Thompson, DDS; Aladdin’s Eatery; Brier Creek Orthodontics; Flynn Chiropractic and Sports Rehabilitation; Gigi’s Cupcakes; Pure Proactive; Karate International of West Raleigh; Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory; Southbridge Fellowship; the art of style; Triangle Volleyball Club; WakeMed and Access Office Business Center.
Dozens of Leesville/ Creedmoor Road area business owners, school officials and other invited guests partied at North Raleigh’s Brasa Brazillian Steakhouse at the “919 Magazine VIP Launch Party”.
An all-local Brier Creek Edition of 919 Magazine launches, as a companion to 919 Magazine’s Leesville/ Creedmoor Road edition. The two publications combined reach more than 35,000 homes, condos, apartments and businesses in North Raleigh.
The July/August issue of Profile on Ginger Mann of PTA, and Leesville Road Brier Creek Elementary PTA
919 Magazine the Leesville High student President Barb
included a Volunteer Road Middle School Clara Freeze. with Martin as the first.
May/June 2012 919 Magazine’s first issue – 48 full-color pages – included a Family Profile featuring Harrington Grove’s Picard Family, and a Student Profile on Trinity Academy’s Kimberly Hinton .
919 Magazine LV
May | June 2013