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55+ MagazineFree bilingual publication features healthcare articles for Baby Boomers and seniors lifestyle columns.  It is “the source” of information for those who are fifty-five and over.
55+ Español More than a “translated” publication, 55+ understand the Hispanic marketplace to help you also reach this targeted population that is prevalent throughout South Florida.
55+ ResourcesInside the magazine is a Resource Guide listing National and Local resources for the programs and services essential to the magazine’s readership. Also available online at
55+ DiversityExperience working with the intergenerational society enables 55+ to reach its target market through the families and caregivers of those who need the products and services offered.
55+ Pride – Sensitive to the needs of all populations, 55+ provides the LGBT community with the information and services they need.
55+ Shopping – Markets a diverse category of products such as music, DVDs, books, games, cognitive stimulation resources, guides and much more to offer the best products at the lowest cost.
55+ Projects – Specializes in product/service representation and consulting for businesses that want to achieve their desired goal of reaching Baby Boomers and geriatric population as part of the overall marketing strategy.

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