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Get Your Bid On!

Bonita Magazine Auctions First Cover Girl Spot on eBay

 

Please contact:

Tony Bello

707-642-6405

 

VALLEJO, CA – May 23, 2005Bonita Magazine, a new men’s publication dedicated to meeting the needs of the growing Hispanic population, is preparing to auction off the July 2005 Cover to the highest bidder on eBay. Bidding will begin May 25, 2005 and will conclude on June 4, 2005.

 

“We held a similar contest last year on eBay and received world-wide attention,” says Robert Garcia, publisher. “We think this is a great way to re-introduce ourselves to the market and give every aspiring model the opportunity of a lifetime.” Garcia goes on to say that unlike most conventional magazines, Bonita Magazine doesn’t limit the type of women it features. “Bonita Magazine features real women, with real curves, in provocative, yet tasteful poses. Whether she’s large or small…tall or short...young or old…there is beauty in every woman, and we will help bring that beauty to our audience.”

 

Once the Bonita Magazine Cover Girl Auction has concluded, the publisher will contact the winner to make all of the necessary arrangements, including a professional photo shoot. Models can be of any nationality and from anywhere around the world, but must be over 18 years of age to be featured.

 

About Bonita Magazine:

 

Bonita Magazine is a magazine that appeals to Latinos and non-Latinos wanting to see beautiful, sexy Latinas but who may not read Spanish. “Hispanic men have different tastes in women, clothing, and everyday items,” said Garcia. “None of the other leading men’s magazines cater to them. Being a Hispanic owned-and-operated business, I believe we are well-suited to meet their needs.”

 

Bonita Magazine also features articles about Reggaeton (Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, etc.), Latino athletes (Milka Duno and Paul Buentello), and achievements by Latinos (Los Angeles Mayor Elect - Antonio Villaraigosa).

 

Bonita Magazine has distribution in key Hispanic markets across the United States including California, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, and Florida. If you can’t find it at your local newsstand, Bonita Magazine is also currently offered on www.zinio.com - the quickest, easiest and most affordable way to view Bonita Magazine right now at your computer.

 

Bonita Magazine’s vision and unique perspective on the Hispanic market gives it the potential to become larger than magazines with a more general focus, such as FHM™ and Maxim™.