A Friend Indeed
I once heard that reading your favorite magazine is like talking with a
friend. Magazines give advice on your career, tips for your
relationship, ideas for your home, and so much more. It certainly seems
like those are the same topics you discuss with your best friend over a
mocha latte, right?
Well, if reading a magazine is like talking to a friend, then advertising in Edmond Outlook
is the local equivalent of high school’s “Mr. or Ms. Popularity.” After
all, instead of just one friend, Edmond Outlook is invited into the
homes and businesses of 50,000 Edmond men and women. Dozens of local advertisers would agree – the numbers get results… 50,000 is a lot of friends! lol
Each month, as the largest Edmond-based magazine, we cover topics for all ages with departments like: home and garden, fine living, sports, arts & entertainment, health & fitness, and dining guide.
- Who needs to pay for 10 niche magazine subscriptions, when one covers all that and more… for free!
- You don’t even have to drive anywhere to pick one up – they are mailed directly to your home each month!
- And if you prefer reading your news online, that’s free too – just click and read! No login, messy subscription usernames, or forgotten passwords required. Just a plain ole simple freebie.
You’ll read stories of hope, stories of love, and even of unique hobbies
talents within your very own community. You’ll read about your
neighbors, friends, and co-workers. In essence, you’ll read about YOU.
- I myself was born right here at the Edmond Medical Center (now the OU Medical Center of Edmond)
- I went to Sunset Elementary School (they might be called the Seahawks now, but I remember the Twisters back in the 80s)
Middle School (As one of the first classes through the school after it
was built, I’m glad to see our initial vote of the Eagle mascot has
withstood the test of time lol)
- Edmond North High School (where I was inspired to jump start my journalism career with the Rough Draft student-run newspaper)
- And I was even a magna cumme laude graduate at UCO, where I also worked on The Vista campus newspaper.
- My parents met here during college over 30 years ago. It’s an incredible community.
Sometimes we’re asked how on earth we can find so many unique story
ideas or events right here in town? That’s easy – from readers like
From one friend to another, we’d love to hear from you anytime.