For Immediate Release – Fri., April 26, 2013

Tween Girl Style Get’s Her Move On!!!

Supporting the WAA-TAH Foundation and First Lady Michelle Obama, Tween Girl Aligns Herself with The Celebrity World for Kid Fitness

April 26, New York, NY: Rocking tween taste-making portal, Tween Girl Style Magazine lends support to the WAT-AAH! Foundation as they kick off the “Move Your Body 2013,” a Nationwide Kids Exercise Event in Support of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! Initiative With a Celebrity Filled Public Service Announcement On May 1st at 1:42pm EDT, Move Your Body’s national initiative will kick off with hubs in New York City and Los Angeles accompanied by schools all across the nation including Washington D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, San Diego, Phoenix, Portland and Jacksonville.

This Event will excite over 250,000 Kids in over 600 Schools With Special NYC & L.A. Events Featuring Celebrity Hosts And Musical Performances. Tween Girl Style Magazine has agreed to provide on sight coverage, yearlong editorial support and promote their idea of “tweens moving their body for a healthier America” by enlisting their own tween celeb blogger Eden Duncan-Smith and WAT-AAH ambassador as a correspondent during the event.

TGSM’s Publisher, Ebony Stith believes “The WAT-AAH! Foundation’s “Move Your Body 2013” campaign brings awareness to First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move! Initiative” and our magazine is an online and quarterly print publication that promotes self-esteem and a positive body image for young girls ages 7-13! Our mission to help growing girls stay health is consistent with WAT-AAH! Foundation and Let’s Move! The WAT-AAH! Foundation, is a foundation aimed at improving the lives of children through working with and making donations to organizations dedicated to keeping kids healthy, creative and active. “

“Exercise and a balanced diet are essential if you want to be a healthy and stylish tween,” says TGSM Editor Ebony Stith. “Our website and magazine focus on promoting a healthy self-image for tweens, and ‘Move Your Body 2013’ is a way for us to get out there and actually get moving with our readers. By having these fun events across the country, we hope to help jump-start healthier lifestyles as well as healthier families.”

In 2011, WAT-AAH! joined The National Association of Broadcasters Educational Foundation (NABEF), who teamed up with Beyonce as she debuted “Move Your Body,” for the Let’s Move! Flash Workout. The song and music video instructed a pre-choreographed dance routine re-recorded from her hit single “Get Me Bodied.” It was performed simultaneously by thousands of school children on May 3rd. The event gained global recognition as Beyonce surprised students at Harlem’s P.S.161 (http://goo.gl/4Efwg) and First Lady Michelle Obama surprised students at Alice Deal Middle School in Washington, D.C. (http://ow.ly/k7s8L)

About Tween Girl Style Magazine
Editor and founder Ebony Stith created TGSM in 2010 as a resource for her own daughter after noticing the lack of resources for tween models. TGSM offers the latest information about tween celebrities, fashion trends, as well as tweens who make a difference in their community. All stories promote self-esteem and a positive body image. Our audience includes more than 21 million girls between the ages of 7 to 13 in the United States — with a combined $30 billion annual spending power, according to a report by EPM Communications.

LINKS:
http://moveyourbodychallenge.tumblr.com
http://www.wat-aahfoundation.com


Tweens get special treats – Oprah style!

Grand Blanc, Mich., November 20, 2012 – Tween Girl Style Magazine (TGSM), the premier publication for tweens and teens, kicks off the holiday season with the Ultimate Tween Girl Gift Guide and Giveaway. It’s Oprah’s Favorite Things tween style.

The Ultimate Tween Girl Gift Guide features items that will make great gifts for tween and teen girls. In addition to the giveaway gifts, the guide will feature over two dozen items from clothes, jewelry to electronics. The guide will be available as a free download on Tuesday, Dec. 5th.

The Ultimate Tween Girl Giveaway is a chance to celebrate all things girl and fun and will award featured gifts from the guide daily starting Friday, November 23 through Tuesday, December 4. Trivia questions will post daily on the TGSM website, Facebook and Twitter and responses must be submitted by 7 pm EST daily.

In addition, there will be two grand prize winners selected on Wednesday, December 5 based on the correct daily responses received. The two grand prize winners receive all daily prizes along with a special Grand Prize Surprise, over 6 items with a total value over $250.

“We are excited to kick off this season with our 1st annual Ultimate Tween Girl Gift Giveaway, our readers will enjoy having the chance to win prizes and get great gift ideas,” Ebony L. Stith, publisher of Tween Girl Style Magazine.

Sponsors for the Ultimate Tween Girl Giveaway include Chapstick, DO Naturals, Just Be, Sweethearts jewelry, Smonee, Lia Skincare, Glam Ears, Statz Rings, and Big Time Rush (DS game).

For more information about the Ultimate Tween Girl Guide and Giveaway, visit www.tweengirlstylemagazine.com.

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Contact:
tgsm@tweengirlstylemagazine.com
12745 S. Saginaw, Ste. 806 #135, Grand Blanc, MI 48439


Tween Girl Style Magazine Introduces Spring Print Edition

GRAND BLANC, Mich. — Tween Girl Style Magazine (TGSM) will launch its spring publication Monday, April 30, 2012 giving girls ages 7 – 13 a one-stop magazine for the latest fashion trends, health advice and other resources for young fashionistas.

TGSM launched its online publication www.tweengirlstylemagazine.com September 2010 with modeling contests, celebrity news and fashion trends. The print publication is an extension of the online magazine.

“Our magazine is a resource center for young girls where they can find trendy new looks, celebrity news and enter fun modeling contests to win prizes,” said Ebony Stith, founder and publisher of TGSM.

Stith said TGSM was created to fill a need for more tween-centered magazines for girls that love to model and show off their talent. Stith started TGSM 2010 when her tween daughter started modeling and Stith discovered there was a lack of resources for tween models.

“My daughter had just started the modeling scene and I needed resources for her,” Stith said. “I launched this publication as not only a resource for girls ages 7 to 13 but I also wanted parents of tween girls to have a one-stop publication that they could trust to find advice for their daughters.”

The online publication has contributing writers and experts who share information on fashion trends, finances and health. There is also acting and modeling advice for both tweens and parents.

“We wanted to create a place that was family friendly and place young girls would enjoy reading,” she added.

The online publication can be found be visiting www.tweengirlstylemagazine.com and the print edition will be available at www.magcloud.com/user/tweengirlstylem.

Who is Ebony L. Stith?
Ebony L. Stith is founder and publisher of Tween Girl Style Magazine. Prior to launching TGSM she worked as a visual journalist for 12 years at newspapers across the country including The Detroit News, Palm Beach Post and Orlando Sentinel. Stith has always loved fashion, photography and design and TGSM is the perfect opportunity to pull all her professional skills together.

Links:

www.magcloud.com/user/tweengirlstylem
Facebook.com/Tween-Girl-Style-Magazine/
Twitter.com/TweenGirlStyleM
www.youtube.com/user/TweenGirlStyleM

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Contact:
tgsm@tweengirlstylemagazine.com
12745 S. Saginaw, Ste. 806 #135, Grand Blanc, MI 48439

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