Ever since 1993, I have made it my company’s mission to build a sense of community by providing information about our “side of town” and promoting the good people and special events that take place in East Cobb County.
In addition to the 40,000 readers we reach every month with the magazine, EAST COBBER also has 20,000+ email subscribers that receive our weekly e-newsletter, 7,500+ Facebook Fans, 3,760+ Twitter followers, and the 500+ news items that we post on eastcobber.com blogs every month, EAST COBBER now provides a continuous stream of info 24 hours a day/7 days a week. And yet, EAST COBBER is more than a publishing company.
In honor of Mother’s Day, I’d like to point out that EAST COBBER is a mom-owned company that employs a lot of moms. EAST COBBER not only promotes other Mom (and Pop) businesses but my little, locally-owned company offers career opportunities to local moms. Thanks to technology and a commitment to provide a quality work-life balance so precious to moms, I have put together a team of dedicated local moms who care about their families and the community they live in and who also use their professional skills to help me publish a quality magazine, keep up with social media, produce special events and more!
So here’s to my team of “wonder women”: I’m so proud to be a mother with them. I’m so thankful for what they do.
Happy Mother’s Day!
Cynthia M. Rozzo
Founder l Publisher
Photos taken by Andrea Taylor Studio
Reprinted from the May 2015 issue of EAST COBBER. Read the May issue HERE.
Founder and president of EAST COBBER, Cynthia Rozzo, created the free monthly publication, EAST COBBER, in 1993 to serve East Cobb County residents by providing a forum for them to share their ideas and a source for them to learn more about their community. Ms. Rozzo is also the proud producer of the annual EAST COBBER Community Parade and Festival. An East Cobb County resident since 1991, Rozzo lives in the Park Ridge subdivision with her husband, George Haralabidis, and three children, Lee, Nikos and Eleni.