Welcome! Let’s get to know our neighbors.
We know genuine connections with neighbors next door and business owners down the street make for a more meaningful experience. And we believe getting to know people in our community should be simple. That’s why Stroll meets you where you’re at – your mailbox.
We are grateful to serve this amazing community.
Every month, we share stories from and about different residents within our neighborhood.
See below for a few of our recent favorites.
Stroll is made possible by the great local businesses who support this magazine. If you’re ever in need, please keep them in mind!
Meet Your Publisher
John Winters has spent almost 40 years in the newspaper and magazine industry. And he has done it all: delivered newspapers in the snow (wearing shoes), ate donuts with the police as a rookie public safety reporter, went to the big city of Washington, DC as bureau chief, ran a 600,000-circulation news service, and published newspapers from Alaska to Georgia.
His wife, Corby, is a licensed life coach who focuses on helping people reach their full potential. Their eldest son, Caleb, is a 2nd lt. and commands a tank platoon. Seth, their middle son, works at Smith and Davis Clothing. And their youngest, Levi, graduated high school and is decided on whether to hike in Europe for a while or go to culinary school.
We have lived in Lake Redwine for 20 years and hope you love it as much as we do.
Advertise with Us
The magazine is very professionally presented and very highly thought of in the community. This is why we continue to advertise in it month after month. Personally, I look forward to the publication arriving in my mailbox every month. I love reading about the local businesses, my neighbors and friends, and their children and pets.
Not only is the magazine a fount of information about activities and social events, but it also connects us to the surrounding neighborhood and its many restaurants and businesses. Having gone through years of trying to keep residents informed through self-publishing our own newsletters with limited success, we now have a quality, informative and helpful neighborhood magazine that does it for us so much better than we ever could ourselves.
Their publication speaks directly to the demographic we target. It has been a great match and the addition of their digital efforts has only further strengthened our confidence. We would certainly recommend making the publication in your area an element of your marketing efforts!