Caribbean Culture and Lifestyle’s Conservation Issue and Expo is Almost Here
According to the DistantDistrict.com, people still like to get their information from magazines. These inviting publications with pleasing layouts, beautifully organized stories and themes continue to be popular because both digital and print editions are portable, and they make great diversions when there’s nothing to do but wait.
Having access to a magazine that addresses issues you really care about doubles the pleasure of the reader. Fans of “Caribbean Culture and Lifestyle Magazine” (CC+L) look forward to getting a window on the world from Belize’s perspective thanks to McNab Publishing Ltd. This company has produced digital and print editions since 2008.
Belize’s tourism industry has benefitted as much as consumers who love to read about the nation, so when McNab announced that CC+L’s next issue would be devoted to Conservation, anticipation began to mount as the drop date of August 28th approaches.
Readers can expect high-quality writing, design and the variety found in previous issues. The world may be moving at the speed of light, but editors have captured the essence of Belize’s’ thriving conservation movement. Filled with articles on people, places and cultures, CC+L’s Belize edition will inspire, inform, educate and enlighten every reader.
Whether you’ve heard of the magazine and have read past issues or you’re just learning about it, you can anticipate an exciting editorial mix that will fit beautifully into both digital and print formats. Whether you scan or study, vivid images and inviting layouts make CC+L a must read for passionate travelers who can’t get enough of Belize’s sights, conservation initiatives, gorgeous landscapes and fascinating people.
We saved the best news about this upcoming publication for last. In concert with CC+L’s Belize conservation issue, McNab Visual Strategies is staging a first-ever eco-marketplace expo on the 28th, and you’re invited to the Best Western Plus at the Belize Biltmore Plaza to see what the excitement is all about.
You will meet folks associated with Belize’s ecological universe, including product and service providers and innovators, each will be on hand to promote organic and environmentally friendly products and services. Learn more about energy savings and management, water solutions, plastic straw and food service alternatives, school and cleaning supplies. Even the fashion industry is going green, you’ll discover.
Everyone is welcome and that includes you. Come for the magazine. Stay for the experts. Expect to be inspired, rewarded and a little amazed at the degree to which Belize has adopted conservation methods that outshine even those made by the nation’s neighbors when you attend the expo on the 28th. And bring your friends. They will thank you!