New Hometown Living Magazine Comes to Brown County

BrnCL Fall 2014 300With You in Mind Publications, one of the largest magazine publishers in Texas, has released the premier issue of their new magazine, Brown County Living.

The new magazine will be a bi-annual publication dedicated to the people, places and things that make this area such a wonderful place to live.

In partnership with the Brownwood and Early Chambers of Commerce, Brown County Living will also include a chamber membership directory. These members allow local chambers to connect area customers and businesses together, while also providing and facilitating local events.

"We are thrilled to partner with this new publication to help promote local businesses through the Chamber membership directory," said Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Ray Tipton. "This new magazine will be a great asset to the community and will highlight why Brown County is a great place to live, work and visit."

Every issue of Brown County Living will feature stories about individuals, groups and places in the Brown County area.  

In each magazine, readers will find special pages portraying local events, babies, weddings, seniors and graduates. To find out more about how to be featured within any of these Hometown specialty pages, please email Brittny Sanchez at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

"A special thank you goes out to the advertisers who helped make this publication possible. Help us to express thanks to them by shopping local," said Justin Six, With You in Mind Publications. "Their involvement allows this publication to come free of charge to you. We at With You in Mind Publications would like to thank you for your support and we look forward to a long relationship with this area, as well as many more editions of Brown County Living."

Copies of the publication are available at the Brownwood and Early Chamber of Commerce and all advertiser's locations.