Publisher of 55 + Magazine, announces the newest addition to the
55+ Magazine projects, the NEW and FREE telephone and online resource information guide for Seniors in the South Florida area. The telephone number is 855-455-PLUS (7587) or this service can be accessed on the homepage of www.55plusmag.us/component/content/article/79.html
Online PR News – 04-February-2011 – – Humberto Fortuna, Publisher of 55 + Magazine, announces the newest addition to the
55+ Magazine projects, the NEW and FREE telephone and online resource information guide for Seniors in the South Florida area. The telephone number is 855-455-PLUS (7587) or this service can be accessed on the homepage of www.55plusmag.us/component/content/article/79.html .
“I am very excited to announce this new and free service for Seniors in S. Florida,” commented Humberto Fortuna. “This is another of the services that we provide free for our senior community. The 855-455-PLUS (7587) service is also featured in the latest issue of 55+ Magazine, which is being distributed in January 2011 with Dionne Warwick as the cover celebrity. Our print bi lingual magazine as well the online version located at www.55plusmag.us currently offers many resources and information to our bi lingual readers.”
55+ Magazine is committed in proving FREE Resources information to our senior community with the goal of educating and therefore protecting our seniors.
55+ MAGAZINE a preferred BI LINGUAL Magazine for Baby Boomers, Seniors and their Caregivers.
55+ Magazine has become the baby boomers publication of choice, as the free bi lingual senior magazine publication of South Florida. This free senior magazine publication of South Florida is full of information on services, assistance, products and resources for senior citizens, Baby Boomer’s, health care professionals and caregivers. As a free senior magazine publication originated in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, and as a magazine dedicated to the baby boomers, 55+ Magazine free senior publication offers valuable bi lingual information on retirement living, assisted and independent living included but not limited to Palm Beach, Broward and Fort Lauderdale area.
55+ Magazine is distributed in drugstores, hospitals, skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, social service agencies and organizations for older adults.