Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) September 23, 2005
The Premiere Edition of Men.Com Magazine made its debut on Monday, September 19, featuring Sly Stallone and a sneak preview of his newest motion picture, Rocky VI.
ÂThereÂs no one whoÂs more of a ÂmanÂs manÂ than Sly,Â said Phil Kearney, Chief Marketing Officer for Group2, LLC. ÂRocky is an American icon, the American dream brought to life. As a regular contributor to Men.Com Magazine, Sly will bring not only his unique and extensive experience in the areas of physical training, but will share his personal perspective on fighting the battle against getting older. His real-life experiences eclipse anything thatÂs been produced in Hollywood. Sly is an outstanding example of the value of taking care of yourself Â heÂs on everyoneÂs ÂTen Most FitÂ list.Â
Sly has starred in more than 40 movies including the ÂRamboÂ and ÂRockyÂ Series, ÂCopland,Â ÂJudge Dredd,Â ÂRhinestone,Â ÂTango & Cash,Â ÂCobra,Â ÂCliffhanger,Â ÂThe Good Life,Â ÂThe Specialist,Â ÂDemolition ManÂ and ÂThe Lords of Flatbush,Â among others. He is an acclaimed writer, producer and director, the editor of ÂSlyÂ Â a menÂs lifestyle and fitness magazine - and has developed his own brand of successful nutritional supplements.
ÂSly is a significant figure in the minds of men everywhere,Â Kearney said. ÂHis association with Men.Com Magazine is a further step weÂve taken to make the magazine stand-out from the crowd and to provide our readers with unique, significant and relevant editorial that will impact their lives.Â
The first issue also features Hollywood starlet/comedienne Amanda Egge, pod-casting about her love life (or lack of it), and her day-to-day struggle to make it in Tinsel Town. ThereÂs nothing politically correct about her somewhat unique views of life.
Country music legend Charlie Daniels, another regular contributor to Men.Com Magazine, writes about home and the victims of hurricane Katrina.
Internationally acclaimed automotive journalist Terry Jackson gives Men.Com readers a sneak preview of what next monthÂs car magazines will be talking about Â the new 2006 models.
As Terry writes, ÂStanding at the magazine rack this month, you could be forgiven for thinking that one staff put out all the major car magazines. You see, October is the month everyone does the new car issue, and this year Â Car & Driver, Road & Track, Motor Trend and Automobile - all seem to have decided to highlight the same cars. So you donÂt have to spend your precious cash to buy all of them to see how they differ, we went through each to see what the high pundits of the automotive world think.Â
The new Men.Com Magazine premiered September 19, 2005. Group2, LLC, a media management consultancy, is developing and producing the Website.
The complete media kit is available at http://www.men.com.