Wegmans Continues to Be Central Location for Prince George’s Suite Magazine Edition Featuring Black Panther Author Jesse Holland
The best things in life may be free but rent and that mortgage you pay are not in the “free” category.
But you can still get some of the coolest things in life for less than $10.
That includes Prince George’s Suite Magazine – on sale at Wegmans for $4.95.
The family friendly food store is now in its third year selling the county’s premiere quality of life magazine.
“We are proud of our partnership with Wegmans. It actively demonstrates its support and respect for local county residents and businesses by placing The Suite alongside titles such as Washingtonian, The New Yorker, The Economist, Bethesda magazines and other lifestyle publications,” says Prince George’s Suite Publisher Raoul Dennis.
The edition features a cover story on Jesse Holland, the author of the Black Panther novel, who is a resident of Bowie, Maryland (which is located in Prince George’s). The magazine also introduces Bowie State University President Dr. Aminta Breaux, the new culinary arts center at Prince George’s Community College, the best features of the county’s current health care institutions and the vision for the county’s historic $4 billion budget.
Based in Largo, Wegmans is centrally located in the county and provides an ideal setting for The Suite, according to its editors.
“Wegmans is identified as a symbol of the highest quality and excellence within the food industry,” Dennis says. “We try to illuminate the best qualities within our communities and the excellence found in Prince George’s within the pages of The Suite and on our web platforms. We believe that Wegmans and The Suite are a great fit.”