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A Special Statement from PEACH ATL

We are living in an extraordinary and highly unusual time at the moment. A time in which people must isolate themselves from each other for the public good and to protect themselves, their friends, and families from illness.

Now, more than ever, Peach Magazine is here for you to support and update our community and perhaps give you a much-needed break from the added fear, stress, and pressure from dealing with the ramifications of the spread of COVID-19. 

That is why our staff will continue to publish Peach Magazine both in print and online. Partly, so our beloved readers can continue to connect to our vibrant community making the social distance more of a physical one. And partly, for our advertisers and community partners, who can use Peach Magazine and all of our resources to update the public about postponed events and provide information about new business initiatives.

The current issue has been printed and is available at many of our most popular pickup spots. You can also read the online version of this and previous issues of the magazine right here on peachatl.com, and we will be posting exclusive content there as well.

We are all in this together – but at a distance for now – and together we will ride this one out and emerge even stronger as a community than before.

If you have any questions or requests, please reach out to me at mikkel@peachatl.com or Jeff Anderson (sales) at jeff@peachatl.com, and let us be your resource and support.

Stay safe, show compassion, and stay strong.

Sincerely,

Mikkel Hyldebrandt, Editorial Director
on behalf of the Peach ATL team

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