Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) March 17, 2007
Set to officially launch on March 30th, POSH Magazine (http://www.caribbeanposh.com) is a refreshingly bold, new publication poised to take the consumer magazine world by storm. Geared towards the Caribbean diaspora and lovers of all things Caribbean, POSH will bring readers the flare, beauty, style and landmarks of a strong culture that is influencing the world over.
Born of the mind of Founder, Publisher and Editor Janette Brin, POSH Magazine will feature articles on personal growth, social and political issues affecting the Caribbean region and its people globally coupled with profiles of celebrities and rising stars of the community. Born in St. Thomas (USVI) and raised in Tortola (BVI) and the Bronx, NY, Janette comes from a diverse background in retail, government, and marketing where she used her talents to foster opportunities for Caribbean people. In 2005, with the help of friends and family,the idea of POSH Magazine came to life bringing Brin's excitement about the possibilities of creating a venture that incorporated her belief in enlightening and empowering Caribbean people (particularly women) . "POSH Magazine gives Caribbean people opportunity for a positive and desirable level of exposure," says Brin. "Posh aims to create many educational and business opportunities for the people of the Caribbean."
To kick off the official launch, Posh Magazine will host a all-star event in the heart of the Caribbean American community in Brooklyn, NY. Hosted by well-known Caribbean radio personality, Dahved "The Original Rude Boy" Levy, the event that is to introduce POSH Magazine to the world, will take place at Red Bamboo (271 Adelphi Street at DeKalb Avenue in Fort Greene).
For more information about the POSH Magazine event or to RSVP, please contact Natalie of That's It Events & Entertainment at 240-393-5781. Media inquiries should be directed to Tamara Walker of NY PR Diva at 347-701-8371.
ABOUT POSH MAGAZINE
While fashionable in its definition, POSH Magazine serves as a unifying voice for the elite Caribbean and Carib-American. Born of a culture strong with much flare, beauty and style influencing people all over the world, POSH Magazine was founded by Janette Brin with the mission of educating and uplifting the Caribbean community. For more information about the magazine or to subscribe, visit http://www.caribbeanposh.com.
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