THE TIMES SQUARE CHRONICLE
PUBLISHES FIRST VOLUME
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24th
Publisher, Suzanna Bowling, has put a new newspaper on the streets of New York today, Wednesday, June 24th.
The bi-monthly periodical will report on all things Times Square.
From theatres, to restaurants, to businesses, to hotels, to gift shops, to art galleries and to answers to all questions, this new periodical is one-stop-shopping for anyone who needs anything in the several miles that cover the world’s most famous crossroads.
THE TIMES SQUARE CHRONICLE services, reports on and covers
the community that includes three zip codes – 10018, 10019 and 10036.
With the highest concentration of tourism in the US, Times Square welcomes 47,000,000 visitors annually. It is an area where local businesses are in a constant state of flux, and residents can easily loose touch with their surroundings.
THE TIMES SQUARE CHRONICLE reaches the dual populations of Times Square.
Locals will find news on community happenings and issues affecting their neighborhood,
while tourists and residents can benefit from discounts on theatre, restaurants, and hotels;
as THE TIMES SQUARE CHRONICLE requires that all ads offer some form of discount for the reader.
THE TIMES SQUARE CHRONICLE’S mission is to shine a spotlight on the world’s most successful neighborhood. It is a compass that always leads the consumer in the right direction.
The first 15,000 issues of Vol. 1 No.1 will be distributed in Times Square
as well as being available in the Lobbies of selected Times Square business establishments.ABOUT SUZANNA BOWLING
Founder / Co-Owner / Publisher
Prior to founding and publishing THE TIMES SQUARE CHRONICLE, Suzanna Bowling worked as a producer, writer, performer and actress in the film, TV, theatre, music and advertising industries.
She currently has a movie and a Television Series in development with Arthur Herzog.
She was an on-staff writer for The Upper East Side Informer before signing on as a theatre reviewer for Philip Anshultz’s The Examiner and as a writer/consultant in the areas of Technology, Woman’s Issues, Political Causes, Charities and Entrepreneurship
for several national magazines including Real Simple and Self.
Her widely read column www.XploreFacts.com features articles on Food, Fashion, Arts, Clubs, the Social Scene as well as Social Causes.
She consults and assists non-profit charitable organizations in their event planning and fund raising.