A Guide to Charleston's Islands Magazine Celebrates 22nd Anniversary Offering Insight and Info on Charleston and its Beach Resorts

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A Guide to Charleston's Islands Magazine is celebrating its 22nd Anniversary as a favorite ready-reference guide for visitors and residents of Charleston's resort islands and the surrounding area.

Provides Info on Charleston, S.C. and its Resort Islands

Coffee table books are nice and they have their place, but Islands provides current, usable info and maps that travel easily with the reader as they tool around on vacation or while conducting business.

What's been on the scene since 1987 and remains as current as ever? A Guide to Charleston's Islands Magazine might be the answer given by residents and visitors to Charleston's Beach Resorts. The colorful 64-page magazine chronicling what there is to see and do in the area is the oldest annual publication focused on the beach resorts, with the most circulation (110,000) serving the ever-growing Lowcountry market. Readers pick up their complimentary copies on stands, at local Visitors Centers, businesses, attractions, or in their check-in packets or mailboxes.

Affectionately known as "Islands" to those who eagerly await its arrival each spring, the publication was the brainchild of Bob Moore, V.P. of Marketing for ResortQuest in Charleston. "There are so many things to do and see in Charleston, we simply felt that visitors to the area needed a definitive guide to all the options in front of them," says Moore.

Islands Magazine offers lifestyle features, maps, event calendars, and directories with shopping, dining, recreation and entertainment information. Its ready-reference guide format and colorful photography make it an attractive and easy-to-use traveling partner. Moore adds, "Coffee table books are nice and they have their place, but Islands provides current, usable info and maps that travel easily with the reader as they tool around on vacation or while conducting business."

In any given year, Islands Magazine might include features on Freshfields Village, the multi-use commercial center at the crossroads of Kiawah and Seabrook Islands, the new club facilities being developed at Seabrook Island, or expanding services at Bohicket Marina. Kiawah's new $23 million Ocean Course Clubhouse has been given particular emphasis recently, as it will host the 2012 PGA Championships. Readers East of the Cooper River will find information on Isle of Palms, Wild Dunes, and Sullivan's Island and visitors to historic downtown Charleston will enjoy reading about the family-friendly attractions and events available.

ResortQuest is offering visitors to Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Isle of Palms and Wild Dunes exciting and exclusive ways to save, all while staying in fully-equipped private homes, villas and cottages. The area offers miles of pristine beach, championship golf, tennis, biking, nature tours, shopping, dining, water-related activities and more. A program called ResortQuest Privileges offers special rates and discounts on activities, tours, dining, and shopping from area venues.

About ResortQuest
ResortQuest is one of the nation's leading vacation rentals and resort real estate companies. Featuring great destinations, such as Destin condos, ResortQuest.com provides a one-stop resource in North America's premier resort destinations. ResortQuest Real Estate is one of the nation's leading real estate companies focusing exclusively on resort properties, offering superior brokerage services in the country's premier beach, ski and golf destinations. For more information, visit ResortQuest.com.
ResortQuest Charleston is the largest vacation rental company serving Charleston and the beach resort islands of Kiawah, Seabrook, Isle of Palms, Wild Dunes and Sullivan's Island. ResortQuest has offices located on Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island and Isle of Palms, South Carolina.


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