February 2018 Issue Preview
It’s almost here, the February 2018 issue of Live the SnoCo Life Journal. As always, it is all about making local choices right here in Snohomish County.
More importantly, February is The “FUN” Issue, packed with all kinds of fun things to see, do, and eat, but fun options for celebrating Valentine’s Day as well. Catch a preview of what you will find inside below. Before we get to that though …
How and where do you get it??? Here are your options:
~ Content for each category will continue to be posted and shared for FREE through our social media accounts and this website. Those posts and shares will be spread out throughout the month.
~ Get your hands on an ELECTRONIC OR PRINT COPY of the magazine to see not only the entire month’s content all at once, but bonus exclusive content that won’t be shared on our website or social media.
Order one issue at a time for $4.99 (electronic) or $6.99 (print) a month HERE . Better yet, become a monthly subscriber to get discounted pricing on not only issues, but on items in our online shop and the chance to win a subscriber box packed with goodies from the current issue ($75+ Value) and 1 of 4 tickets to a local experience each month. Become a subscriber (auto-billed) for as low as $1.99 (electronic), $3.99 (print), or $4.99 (both) a month HERE.
Without further ado, here is your sneak peak of what is to come in the February Issue:
Subscribers for February will have the opportunity to win a box full of goodies featured the issue ($75+). They will also have the chance to win one of four tickets to the Snohomish Chocolate Walk in March ($25). Get online and subscribe HERE to make sure you are entered. Here is a look at February’s Giveaway Box!
CONTENTS: Limited Edition Freddy Funko Pop Figure – Vintage Vase from Le Vintage Finds in Marysville – Milk Paint Sample from Dahlia’s Vintage Marketplace on Camano Island – Dry Herb Jars from Arlington Hardware in Arlington – Local Made Soap from Hilton Pharmacy in Marysville – Local Honey from Zinc Art + Object in Edmonds – Five Pack Locally Made Greeting Cards from Three Poppy Paper Co.