DALLAS, February 28, 2022 – In another first for the revamped must-read paper, The Dallas Weekly, comes the announcement of their first special edition dedicated exclusively to the women of the metroplex.
This inaugural special edition will focus on icons, innovators, influencers and inspirations. Dallas is blessed to be the home of some of the most incredibly accomplished women in the state, and readers will be able to take an in-depth dive into their interesting lives and livelihoods to learn the ingredients to their individual successes.
Chief Operating Officer Jess Washington said, “You cannot imagine how excited we are for this opportunity to dedicate an entire issue of The Dallas Weekly to women. Women represent the majority of our staff and contribute to every category of news we publish, so we are especially motivated to shine a spotlight on some of our own local inspirations.”
Look for the issue to drop on March 31st.
For more information about this and other advertising or feature opportunities with The Dallas Weekly, contact Jess Washington at firstname.lastname@example.org .
About The Dallas Weekly – Founded by Tony Davis in 1954, The Dallas Weekly was bought out by James Washington in 1985, and is now owned by his son, Patrick J. Washington. For over six decades, the Dallas Weekly Newspaper has been the epicenter of all things African American in what is now the 4th largest metroplex in the nation. Recognized nationally, statewide, and locally as a valued Texas institution, the publication remains committed to addressing those issues, people, and organizations that impact lives in its sphere of influence.