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Highlight Your Clients in Sports Illustrated For Kids

SIKidsSports Illustrated For Kids is the perfect mag for showcasing products, people or places to the young sports fan.

The pub has plenty of sections ripe for PR pitching, including the “Gotta Get It Guide,” which features sports equipment and other paraphernalia. The mag is also keen to get special access to high-profile athletes. More about the pub:

Sports Illustrated for Kids, launched in 1989, is turning 25 in January 2014. The little brother to Sports Illustrated serves mostly boys (65 percent of its readership) ages 7 to 14, “the age when you’re the most passionate as a sports fan,” says managing editor and publisher Bob DerSI Kids does more than appeal to young sports enthusiasts with cool pictures of their baseball and football idols, pull-out posters, sports cards and games — it also encourages kids to read.

For more pitching advice and editors contact info, read: How To Pitch: Sports Illustrated For Kids.

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