A new and more popular magazine by the tiger beat is back with a vengeance.
The magazine is back after almost two years in hibernation, which is no easy feat for a magazine to maintain for two years without a single issue.
The Tiger Beat has now gone from being a niche magazine to being a staple in the marketplace of high school journalism.
But the magazine’s revival comes as no surprise.
As many high school and college students and their parents get ready to start college next week, Tiger Beat is getting a lot of attention.
And the magazine has a big problem on its hands.
“I was always surprised by how much attention people paid to the Tiger Beat, as well as to the other popular high school magazines,” said Jordan Eppler, the editor of Tiger Beat.
“When I started Tiger Beat in the fall of 2012, there was very little attention being paid to them, or the fact that they were being run by a girl.
So we just thought, let’s try to create something that is better than the other high school mags out there.”
In the fall, Epplers father, Jim Eppers, got the idea for a new high school magazine, and it was immediately a hit.
“We just thought to ourselves, let the tiger get in there and make him happy, so we started the Tiger Beats and I think that was the first time people actually saw it,” Epples dad said.
“Then we did a couple of other things with it that really helped it out, like we added a lot more features like news and analysis, which people didn’t get to see in other magazines and that’s what we’re trying to do with Tiger Beats now.”
A couple of years later, Epps family and friends decided to start a second magazine, The Tiger.
“My family started buying Tiger Beat about four months ago and we’re really excited to see where Tiger Beats is going,” said Jim Epps, who is a senior at Laval University.
Eppss family is also the owner of the Tigers football team, which was founded in the early 1990s. “
And Tiger Beat will be the place where they can go and get a lot to eat and drink.”
Eppss family is also the owner of the Tigers football team, which was founded in the early 1990s.
“Our football team is really popular,” said Epps.
“A lot of people watch us, they come to our games, they meet us, we even do a special event on the weekends where we get to have a private party for our players.
So it’s a really great thing that Tiger Beat brings that to our team.”
It’s not just Tiger Beat that is getting attention.
“Tiger Beats is popular because people can get a good look at the news and we’ve also done an exclusive feature where we cover a high school sports team and give a special report,” said Edie Hager, the publisher of Tiger Beats.
“It’s really unique to the business side and we really wanted to bring that to Tiger Beat.”
And in a very short time, the magazine is gaining a lot attention.
Epps said that the success of Tiger beats has allowed him to start his own business, the Tiger and Tiger Beat LLC.
He is hoping to expand that business to a larger audience by offering Tiger Beat to other businesses.
And with a big audience of readers, Hager hopes that she can make money off Tiger Beats revenue.
“Every penny we earn on Tiger Beats will go to our charity, which I have a very big passion for,” Hager said.
Hager and Epps also hope to expand Tiger Beat’s coverage of high schools and colleges.
“What we want to do is make sure that Tiger Beats covers the best high schools in the world, so that everyone can learn from Tiger Beat,” said Hager.
“So Tiger Beat and Tiger Beats are going to be a part of what people think about when they go to high school.”
It is no wonder that Epps and Hager are looking for sponsorships to help make Tiger Beats even bigger.
“There are people that are going online to try to get a hold of Tiger beat,” said Jason Hager of Vancouver, British Columbia.
“They’re looking for a good high school or a good college that has Tiger Beat as their magazine.”
The magazine has received a lot support from high school alumni.
The first magazine, Tiger Beats, was created in the spring of 2011 by a group of high-school seniors.
The group decided to name the magazine Tiger Beat after their high school mascot, the tiger.
“One of the reasons that Tiger beats was the only way that we could create a magazine that was more relevant to our lives was that Tiger beat was the mascot of the Tiger, so Tiger beats got a lot traction and it’s one of our core values,” said Joe Smith, a senior from B.C