Temecula now has its own upscale arts, lifestyle and luxury
brands magazine – Temecula Valley’s Best.
“I wanted to create a new and unique publication in my adopted hometown
of Temecula,” says co-publisher Jojo Marengo.
“Temecula has so much going for it and I wanted to be able to showcase it
all to residents and visitors,” Marengo says of the glossy magazine which
debuted its inaugural issue this week. “We have so much in our city of which to be proud."
Temecula Valley’s Best will be published bi-monthly and its
current issue features internationally renowned
painter and art benefactor, Nadaleena Mirat Brettmann; world class artist and Temecula
resident, Ron DiCianni; tough civil litigator and Oxford grad, Kevin McGuire;
businesswoman, humanitarian and polo club patroness, Geraldine Strunsky; and
business and philanthropic icon, Terry Gilmore.
The premier issue also highlights CPA, attorney and Temecula Art
Foundation president, Terri Delhamer; Paréa Mediterranean Restaurant in Old
Town; and chef and culinary master, Antoine Marengo.
“Temecula Valley’s Best will spotlight the best and
brightest in our city,” Marengo states.
“In each issue, we want to present the top business and philanthropic
contributors who have helped build our city and make it great. We will also feature a special Woman of
Achievement in each issue. Our
advertisers are all the best and finest brands the city has to offer. We want our readers to look to us as the
voice of authority on the very best local restaurants, wineries, spas,
businesses, artists, parties and society events,” says Marengo. “We are so excited to launch this new and
much-needed publication in the valley. There is nothing like it anywhere in our area.”
Temecula Valley’s Best will be mailed to several thousand
homes in the upscale neighborhoods of DeLuz, La Cresta and Bear Creek. Copies will also be available in local hotels
and made available to area businesses.