Special Populations-African American
Special advertising section pullout from KOOL found in King Magazine, September/October 2004 issue. Advertises night spots to visit in Atlanta. Outer page shows city scene, buildings with night lights and moving cars/lights on highways. Text: KOOL Hot Night Out - Atlanta. There's a reason why Atlanta is often referred to as "Hotlanta." The city's southern fried mix of culture and entertainment puts Atlanta at the top of your list of places to visit. From copping the latest gear at the local shopping spots to rolling to the trendiest eateries and hitting the crunkest clubs, Atlanta is an essential destination to experience its one-of-a-kind flava. So KOOL and KING give you the blueprint for having the hottest night in ATL. Inner page1: another city scene image. Text: Atlanta - "Ain't no party like an ATL party 'cause an ATL party don't stop!" - DJ DRAMA. Inner page2: a full page isting of bars, clubs, restaurants, music shops and car shops in the Atlanta area. Bottom of page has the House of Menthol logo. Back page: an Atlanta map with highlights of the listed locations or "hot spots". Part of KOOL Hot Night Out campaign. This particular one was desribed as specifically in association with King Magazine, and is presumably targeted at minorities, specifically at African Americans. other key words: entertainment, events.
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