American Bucking Bull Inc. teams with Livestock Media Group
Pueblo, CO – Amercian Bucking Bull Inc. (ABBI) is proud to announce a new partnership with Livestock Media Group, a division of Heartland Communications Group. Inc.
Livestock Media Group will take over the design and advertising sales of The American Bucking Bull Magazine (TABB) for 2013. TABB is an official publication of USBBA, the nonprofit and educational branch of ABBI. The magazine was started in 1993 and has been published in-house for the last three years.
“This is a natural transition for us,” stated ABBI Media Director Susan Bedford. “Livestock Media Group has a depth of experience for us to draw from and their strengths greatly compliment the parts of our magazine that we are trying to grow. They are an industry leader who understands the lifestyle of our members and understands what their business needs are.”
“I’m confident our current and future advertisers will be impressed with the level of service they will receive from Livestock Media Group,” said ABBI President Brad Boyd. “We needed a partner to help take the magazine to the next level and we are confident that this is a good fit for us.” Livestock Media Group (Des Moines, IA) is a leader in livestock communications and publishing and is known nationally for their American Cattlemen and American Dairymen publications. “We’re thrilled to have The American Bucking Bull join our livestock publishing group. We’re all fans of PBR and, as publishers, have admired TABB for years. I can’t think of a better alliance than ABBI, TABB and the Livestock Media Group,” stated Livestock Media Group Publisher and Editor, Rick Thomas.
The first issue of The American Bucking Bull magazine under this partnership, complete with a new layout and design, will be out mid-March. There will be 6 issues published this year.
For more information, contact Rick Thomas, Livestock Media Group, at 800-682-3118 or email@example.com. F
–American Bucking Bull Inc.
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