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New Caribbean Men’s Magazine to be launched
Mar 2, 2012 - 1:07:00 AM

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Nassau, Bahamas -  Clask.ic Publications announces the upcoming launch of Brutha Magazine . The new Caribbean men's magazine promises to be a celebration of fashion, lifestyle, and entertainment for men between the ages of 21 – 39, harnessing the essence of sophistication, class, and style.

Brutha will explore and address the people, places, and trends a man wants and needs in all aspects of his life. The
quarterly publication will seek to become the voice of men not only in the Caribbean, but the world at large. 


The magazine's inaugural issue will feature ex-candidate for the Democratic National Alliance Party, musician and community activist, Sammie Poitier, notable up and coming entrepreneur Giorgio Knowles, and musical icon CJ Priest. The issue will also feature steps to starting your own business, advice on love, sex & relationships, spring fashion inspiration with the hottest models in town, fitness guide, cooking & healthy lifestyle facts and so much more!
 

Join us March 3rd 2012 at 7:30pm at Van Breugel’s Restaurant & Bar, Charlotte Street, Nassau, Bahamas as we set to make history in The Caribbean by unveiling the premiere issue of Brutha Magazine! Or watch us live via www.bruthamagazine.com.  

Clask.ic Publications is a Bahamian owned business whose mission is to create and provide provocative, influential content that engages lives for the better. Our staff is made up of dedicated, diligent and creative individuals whom value the art of teamwork. Editor in Chief is Travis Sweeting. Our unique approach to our clients leaves the mark of exceptional accomplishment. More information can be obtained by visiting the company’s Website at www.claskicpublications.com .


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