It debuted at OnMilwaukee.com's Annual Bartender Olympics at The Wherehouse last month. And since then copies of our first print partnership have been flying off the shelves.
Indeed, we're in the print publishing business, and are thankful for our partnership with Katie Donoghue and Jonathan Warobick and everyone affiliated with Two Cents Milwaukee, a beautifully designed, free print publication that highlights many of the great people and places in and around Milwaukee.
Two Cents, if you don't know, has been around since 2009. Â It's a great pub and does a fine job of covering our city. Â
OnMilwaukee.com's editorial team and manager of sales development Caroline McDonald worked with Two Cents to publish much of our Bar Month content. What's on the streets (and, of course, onlineÂ too)Â is a stunning "Best of Milwaukee Bars" edition that's full of your selections for the area's best bars (reverse published from OnMilwaukee.com), profiles on the bartender olympians and much more.
Look for this new edition of Two Cents at places around town, and stayed tuned as other special issues are planned. Cheers!
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