Here comes your Revive

By JOSEPH TERNOWETSKY

IT'S flash, it's sophisticated, and it's hitting selected homes today.

Yes, the first-ever issue of Rockhampton's own Revive magazine is available and Revive sales executive Tracey Sweeney said it is a great read.

"It is an excellent issue,'' she said. "And is a good mix of great editorial and advertising.''

The magazine will tackle a variety of fun, up-beat lifestyle stories.

The first issue will cover the Melbourne Cup festivities and will include everything from the fashions to the event itself.

It will also feature regular stories on food and wine, fine dining and tourism in the area.

The Morning Bulletin's own Angela Norval will be writing the editorial features and she said through the pages of Revive readers will be taken on a journey around the region.



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