Seventeen Twilight – Eclipse Sweepstakes
By Thursday, June 24th, 2019
Seventeen.com – Eclipse Sweepstakes. Hey girls! How would you like to win some great Twilight girls stuff! Enter to win a Twilight makeup bag filled with Femme Fatale lip gloss, NOX nail polish, and Blush Twilight Lip Venom! Awesome! Now seventeen.com/sweepstakes is the exclusive website Seventeen Magazine Eclipse Sweepstakes. Visit Seventeen Magazine official website and click on the Eclipse contest banner, this will bring you to the online form to complete, follow the online instructions and then submit. That’s all! Hurry Up! Sweepstakes ends on June 28, 2019. See official magazine website for contest rules and complete detail prize. No purchase is necessary to enter. If you’d like Seventeen Magazine offers you to start a trial subscription to their magazine but there is no obligation necessary to enter the sweepstakes. Good luck!
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Does 17 magazine still exist?
Its subscription page on its website states that “Seventeen magazine will no longer be published regularly after the December 2018/January 2019 issue.” And while the website will continue to cover all of the same content, all upcoming special issues will be available on newsstands only.
Who is the editor in chief of Seventeen magazine?
NEW YORK, November 7, 2014 – Hearst Magazines today announced that Michelle Tan has been appointed editor in chief of Seventeen, the largest monthly teen magazine, reaching more than 12 million readers each month. The announcement was made by David Carey, president, Hearst Magazines.
When was the first seventeen magazine published?
So, in early 1944, Annenberg approached Valentine. They met, they talked, she came on board as editor-in-chief, and the first issue of Seventeen appeared in September that same year. The magazine's target audience was right in its title.
How often is Seventeen magazine published?
The teen glossy will publish six times a year, down from 10. Seventeen's September cover. Hearst's monthly teen publication Seventeen has slashed its frequency to six times a year from 10, WWD has learned. The news was confirmed by Hearst late Tuesday.