Pink Magazine Testimonials
..And now a huge thank you to you all at PINK. Since the article was published the event for next year totally filled plus has a waiting list so we may even have a second one. Our facebook page jumped by 50 ‘likes’ and I have been getting emails and camp enquiries steadily since. Your writer and magazine are both amazing and I can’t stress enough how your publication reaches out to so many wonderful people.
– Vickie Bricksaw, Pine Island Resort
Thank you for such an awesome article, you all did a wonderful job.
– Jennifer Campeau, Saskatchewan MLA
It’s amazing!!!! It’s put together so well!
I had a ton of fun working with you guys!!
Please pass this along to everyone that took part to make this happen!
– Kaylyn Kyle, London 2012 Olympics Medalist
As I reflect on this past year, I am wanting to send ‘pink’ magazine a huge thank you.
After tales of my Mexican holidays and my zip line adventures, my sister, who has MS and is wheelchair bound, had wondered if she could ever do something like that. Never did I think she could as the destinations were just to far off. Imagine my delight when I picked up my first issue of ‘pink’, April 2012 to discover an article about Cypress Hills and the top 10 little knowns. Could it be possible?
I contacted Jori & Nick at Eco-Adventures right away and sure enough they had one zip line that they felt could accommodate my sister in her wheel chair. So in June as an early birthday present for her we headed off to Cypress.
I can not express how hard Jori, Nick & staff member Kat worked to pull my sister thru the forest in her chair, set her up, take her chair thru to the opposite end so they could catch her and do it all again, and again and again. It truly was a memorable experience for all.
If not for this wonderful magazine this “Freedom 55” would never have happened for my sister. This magazine has a greater impact on peoples lives than you may realize, see attached photos.
Wishing the magazine continued success.
– Jenny New
Thank you so much for the article. It is absolutely lovely. Thank you for staying true to our interview and writing such a great feature that shares my message!
– Kerri Senkow, Lead guitar/Vocals
I wanted to add my voice to the many accolades you are receiving. I am a magazine reader from way back (remember Tiger Beat?) and continue to enjoy them. Pink is extra enjoyable because it is about people, events and businesses in my home town and province! Thank you so much for the efforts put into this cool little magazine. I like the size too – you can slip it in your purse to have for reading material when the time arises!
Good work team!
– Laurie Schulz
Dear PINK: First off, congratulations on your PINK Magazine. I picked up a copy for free when we went to Saskatoon. I found this first issue very helpful. I had heard of turducken, I knew it was turkey, duck and chicken all in one. What I didn’t know was how to cook it. Your magazine explained everything very clearly. But where can you buy a turducken or is it only available at Christmas time? I also liked the recipes. They were simple and easy to understand. I think it is a great magazine and helpful too. So, thank you for your time.
– Shirley Mamchur Wakaw, SK
Dear PINK: Your magazine is getting better. I like the Girl Talk Holiday Stories, ads like “What Women Want”, “Beyond Bath and Body Day Spa” and I may even do these things. I also like the article by Stephanie Staples. I hope to see more articles from her in your magazine.
PINK just ROCKS! You have done an incredible job with the magazine and it’s just amazing how everywhere I look – there is PINK magazine! First heard about you through my press contacts, then you started showing up on our boardroom table, then I saw you at my local grocery store and most recently while waiting to get in to see my doctor. PINK is everywhere. Keep up the great work, your magazine is an inspiration to women (and men) everywhere. I enjoy reading the stories on successful and influential women every month that live right here in Saskatchewan. Can hardly wait for the next issue!
– Shelly-Anne Mckay