Back in August of 2013, Pet Age wrote an article about expansion.
Now, a little less than a year later, Pet Age itself is expanding. In less than two years, readers have seen the book itself grow, adding more pages and more content. We have expanded the amount of supplements that we put out, to include topics such as Global Pet Expo, Fashion and Travel, and Made In the USA. Pet Age will continue to expand as the years go on to cover more happenings of the pet industry.
Just as the book expands, that means our staff needs to expand, too. Adding more content, covering more events and bringing you more original content means someone has to write, photograph and tweet all those things.
The Pet Age editorial staff is extremely excited to announce two new editors to our magazine, Tom Mazorlig, who will be our associate editor and Rebekah Harrison, our new assistant editor.
Tom is a seasoned journalist who served as the editor on a variety of pet care books at TFH Publications. Prior to that, he was the editor for Reptile and Amphibian Hobbyist Magazine. For the past year, he has also been Pet Age’s freelance aquatics writer.
Rebekah is a recent journalism graduate of Northern Arizona University with a minor in electronic media. She has written for many digital publications and served as editor for NAU’s newspaper, The Lumberjack, which was published once a month. In addition, she was also production manager for NAU’s radio station, KJACK.
We are extremely excited that they will be joining the editorial team and working closely with Editor-In-Chief Michelle Maskaly. Make sure you get to know all three of them well.
They will be joining our sales team that recently welcomed Becky Graziano and Midwest Account Executive Lori Fouts, while Ariyana Edmond continues to sell on the west coast and Brianne Molnar on the east coast and globally.
With the expansion of our team and the expansion of the publication, we are extremely excited for everything that Pet Age is doing, and plans on doing.