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Town & Country Increases Rate Base for First Time in 10 Years

Town & Country is getting a boost. The magazine is raising its rate base for the first time in 10 years, starting with the January 2014 issue.

Jennifer Levene Bruno, chief revenue officer and publisher of Town & Country, announced that the increase will be from 450,000 to 475,000, representing a 5.5 percent jump.

Town & Country recently finished off a good first half, with newsstand sales up 15 percent compared to the first half of 2012.

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