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The magazines listed below have earned membership in the Get2Human Great Customer Service Club by providing superior customer service.  Out of a number of companies that are listed on the Get2Human web site, these suppliers are the only ones that have received the votes of consumers testifying to the high quality of customer service that they are providing.

 

The Post is the flagship newspaper of MediaNews Group Inc., founded in 1983 by William Dean Singleton and Richard Scudder. MediaNews is today one of the nation's largest newspaper chains, publisher of 61 daily newspapers and more than 120 non-daily publications in 13 states. MediaNews bought The Denver Post from the Times Mirror Co. on Dec. 1, 1987. Times Mirror had bought the paper from the heirs of founder Frederick Gilmer Bonfils in 1980.

As the major newspaper in Denver, the Post ranks 12th daily and 10th Sunday of the largest-circulation newspapers in the United States. As of March 2013, it has an average weekday circulation of 416,676 and Sunday circulation of 626,875.[1]


The magazine for when your heart is in the country. With inspiring houses, beautiful country gardens, country crafts, cookery, travel and rural issues.
Country Living is a publication of Hearst Magazines Division, Hearst Communications, Inc.


Esquire is a men's magazine focused on fashion and style. Designed for the professional man, each issue covers dress and grooming tips, health and fitness advice, fashion trends in the workplace and how to impress the ladies. This magazine subscription has special features covering business, fiction, entertainment, and the arts. Country Living is a publication of Hearst Magazines Division, Hearst Communications, Inc

MONEY Magazine is the nation's largest magazine of personal finance, with nearly 2 million subscribers and newsstand buyers and more than 7.5 million total readers. MONEY's accessible, friendly and jargon-free articles are aimed at anyone who is responsible for making money decisions in his or her household from seasoned investors to those who are just starting their financial lives. The magazine's mission is to help readers make better decisions, not just in their investment portfolio, but in all areas in which life and money intersect - their family, their home, their health, their spending and their future. MONEY, along with FSB: FORTUNE Small Business, Money and the Website CNNMoney.com is part of the Fortune|Money Group, which is a division of Time Warner, the world's largest media company.

Reader's Digest is a monthly general-interest family magazine. Reader's Digest is the best-selling consumer magazine in the USA, with a circulation of over 10 million copies in the United States, and a readership of 38 million.  

Southern Living celebrates the best of life in the South, both in our content and through publications and programs that enrich the lives of more than 15 million devoted readers. Traveling the South from Dallas to Delaware, we share the fascinating places, people, homes, gardens, and foods that make this region unique, with on-page and online content created by an experienced staff of editors who live the life they celebrate.

In 1966, Southern Living was created to highlight the beauty and culture of the growing South. In the decades since its inception, Southern Living, published monthly, has become one of the largest lifestyle magazines in the country. With characteristic Southern hospitality, Southern Living is committed to sharing the region we love with our readers, no matter where they may live.


Time is a weekly news magazine. Time magazine was created in 1923 by Briton Hadden and Henry Luce, making it the first weekly news magazine in the United States.

TIME is the original and world's largest weekly newsmagazine, with a domestic audience of more than 20 million and a global audience of more than 27 million. Through trustworthy reporting, authoritative news analysis, and best-in-class photojournalism, TIME and TIME.com set the news agenda by answering questions instead of just asking them.


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