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What You'll Get
Before local magazines, citizens had to rely on gossipy mail carriers to know what was going on around their cities. Go straight to the source with today's Groupon: for $12, you get a three-year subscription to Tampa Bay Magazine (a $26 value). This Groupon may also be used to add an additional three years to a current subscription.
Tampa Bay Magazine, a bimonthly publication, seeks to entertain readers and inform them of the many cultural pearls the area has to offer. Departments include features on area businesses, fashion, art, real estate, and more. Culinary destinations and wayward feathers can be plucked from the extensive dining guide, and calendar-carriers can fill their pages with previews on special events such as area art exhibits and fashion shows. An extensive Home & Garden section shares indoor and outdoor design trends and garden gnome fashion tips. Read profiles of notable area citizens and quiet whiny passports with features on exciting domestic and international travel destinations.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must activate subscription by 7/14/11, subscription expires 3 years from activation date. May use to extend current subscription. Shipping included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About <i>Tampa Bay Magazine</i>
Writers at this bimonthly lifestyle magazine sift through the local dining, art, and social scenes to present the gems to readers on glossy, colorful pages. Each entertaining issue carries an expansive dining guide that curates the city's culinary landscape, turning readers on to chic new bistros and hidden gems. Articles and profiles amble through art exhibits, turning the spotlight on local artists and noteworthy openings. Armchairs are transported to far-flung destinations with the travel section, and the local events section sends residents out into their own neighborhoods. Journalists bring the area's political and social scene to life with engaging stories and articles about the people that get things done in Tampa.