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Women Veterans Alliance Announces New Texas Magazine Filled with Resources for Women Veterans

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Women Veterans Texas Launches Mid-July 2022
Women Veterans Texas Magazine Debuts Next Month in Print and Digital

DALLAS - s4story -- Women Veterans Alliance, a networking and event company, providing resources to equip, empower, and encourage women who have served in the U.S. military, announced today the launch of a new publication specifically for women veterans living in Texas.

Women Veterans Texas will be published annually in print and digital by Women Veterans Alliance and Sabre Design and Publishing. The 2022 issue will be available in mid-July.

"It's an opportunity for women veterans to find important resources in one place," said Navy Veteran Melissa A. Washington, co-publisher of Women Veterans Texas magazine and CEO and Founder of Women Veterans Alliance. "There are more than 180,000 women military veterans living in Texas. We designed the new magazine to be more than a quick read. It's packed with feature articles, directories with Texas Veterans' health and business resources, state resident benefits, events, and so much more."

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Women Veterans California was the first state where the magazine was available. It debuted in March and the print edition sold out within weeks. Additional state magazines will be published within the next year in Florida and Washington DC/Maryland/Virginia with Colorado and Oregon scheduled for 2023.

Subscription and advertising information is available at https://womenveteransmagazine.com/

About Women Veterans Alliance

Women Veterans Alliance is a woman, disabled veteran owned small business, that was founded in 2015, by Melissa A. Washington. Melissa is a Navy Veteran who saw a need to bring women veterans together to equip, empower and encourage each other. Women Veterans Alliance reaches out to women veterans, and those transitioning out of the military, and connects them with the training, tools, support, and resources to discover and advance their career path and connect women vets with each other.

Eileen Gaffen

Source: Women Veterans Alliance
Filed Under: Business, Media, Women, Publishing

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