Macaroni Kid and Palm Beach Woman Magazine Embark on a New Partnership

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Women of Palm Beach County unite to encourage others to strike a healthy balance between their business and home lives.

The women of Palm Beach County recognize that when we help each other succeed, we help ourselves, too. In this spirit, the local publishers of Macaroni Kid and PALM BEACH Woman magazine have embarked on a new partnership.

Both media outlets serve a very specific niche, but both also focus on improving the day-to-day lives of Palm Beach County’s women and encourage women to strike a healthy balance between their business and home lives. Macaroni Kid is a national organization founded in 2008, with a family of "Publisher Moms" that stretch across the United States. PALM BEACH Woman magazine, founded just this year, is a regional publication that targets businesswomen, and provides content that aims to better their workweek and their weekend.

The publishers of Palm Beach-area Macaroni Kid sites are Ashley Morse in Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens; Kellie Nehrenz in Wellington and Royal Palm Beach; and Natalie Menn in West Palm Beach. Jill Duggan, the publisher of PALM BEACH Woman, as well as the rest of her team, are looking forward to great things from this mutually beneficial partnership.

"PALM BEACH Woman is a great resource to women in our communities, and it was only natural that we wanted to be a part of something that empowers the working mom -- and grandma!” Menn said.

Kelly Anne Fitzpatrick, Associate Editor and Co-Founder of PALM BEACH Woman, explained that the magazine is always open to working with assertive and successful women -- especially women who’ve tweaked the normal definition of “businesswoman” to be at home with their kids.

“Macaroni Kid is a valuable tool for stay at home moms and working moms alike to stay up to date and informed on all things family and kid-related,” Menn said. “By teaming up with a more business-minded publication, we're hoping to provide our subscribers with well-rounded information on all aspects of life.”

“The women we write for are successful, savvy and, above all, busy. Macaroni Kid offers them the opportunity to make the most out of their time away from the office,” Fitzpatrick said. “Of course we want to teach our readers to become better employers and employees, but that success means nothing if they aren’t developing in their personal lives, too.”

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For more information please contact: Ashley Morse - ashleymorse(at)macaronikid(dot)com Kellie Nehrenz - ashleymorse(at)macaronikid(dot)com Natalie Menn - ashleymorse(at)macaronikid(dot)com Jill Duggan - ashleymorse(at)macaronikid(dot)com Kelly Anne Fitzpatrick - ashleymorse(at)macaronikid(dot)com


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