Georgetown Media Group – known throughout Washington for its publications The Georgetowner and The Downtowner - will soon bid farewell to its fashion writer and publisher’s assistant Corrie Dyke, who with her fiance Timothy-Paul Reithmiller - who most recently served as GMG’s Art Director – will pack up and head south, to together, join South magazine.
In their new roles, Reithmiller will serve as the glossy’s new arts director and Dyke, it’s managing editor. South is well-known throughout Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, and Florida for showcasing “the distinctive and evolving heritage of the South.”
Just in time to enjoy the second half of summer, the couple will relocate to Savannah, Georgia, where the magazine is based and says they, “look forward to meeting and living with the great people of Savannah!”
Congrats to Tim and Corrie on
escaping DC their new venture down South!
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