Eight annual edition of FNF Georgia Magazine Hits Newsstands

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High school football season is almost here and Friday Night Football Georgia Magazine marks the occasion with its eighth annual print edition.

Friday Night Football Georgia, or FNF Georgia, is produced annually by A.E. Engine, a publishing company that produces similar high school football previews in Texas, North and South Carolina, Florida and Ohio under the FNF brand.

FNF Georgia includes 84 oversized, full-color pages and contains features and in-depth previews of 473 high school football programs. The extensive school previews are complemented by feature stories, player statistics, recruiting information as well as predictions.

The theme of the eighth-annual edition is “Amazing Stories”, as the magazine features a look at the players, coaches, behind-the-scenes volunteers and part-time employees that make high school football so great. The magazine’s cover subjects, Cartersville senior Trevor Lawrence, Colquitt County senior J.J. Peterson, Lee County senior Otis Reese, and Pike County senior C’Bo Flemister, were selected with help from the fans, who voted in the FNF Coverboy Contest.

This edition also features full-page team previews for select schools across the state. Schools that received full page team previews were part of the FNF Georgia Custom Cover Project, a fundraiser which allows teams to receive special edition magazines.

FNF Georgia Magazine will be available at traditional newsstand outlets and high school campuses statewide starting on July 31. Fans can also purchase the magazine online at www.fnfmagazine.com/buy/

DOWNLOAD THE 2017 COVER HERE
www.fnfmagazine.com/media-covers/

CONTENT AND IMAGES ARE AVAILABLE FOR YOUR USE. Please credit: courtesy of A.E. Engine/ FNF Georgia magazine

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