FNF Magazine Announces FNF Ohio Will Be Published in 2017

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Friday Night Football (FNF) Magazine will add the state of Ohio to its coverage for the 2017 magazine series.

FNF Ohio will make its debut in 2017, adding another state-wide publication for high school football to the FNF coverage area, which also includes Texas, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, North and South Carolina.

Since 2009, FNF Magazine has published football preview annual print publications that are 100-percent dedicated to high school football. FNF magazines have appeared on MTV and ESPN since its inception, and is sure to become a fan-favorite of Ohio high school football fans. FNF Ohio will be available on newsstands throughout Ohio starting in July 2017, and will be available via FNF’s fundraising program – the Custom Cover Project (customcoverproject.com).

FNF opened the selection of a new state magazine to coaches in the summer of 2016, and coaches in the state of Ohio responded with passionate pleas for FNF expansion.

“We have great respect for the passion of high school football fans in Ohio,” FNF Magazine Publisher Craig Baroncelli said. “We have no doubt the coaches, players and fans will rally around this new publication. We can’t wait to work with some of the best coaches and players in the country.”

The 2016 edition of the FNF magazine series included state-wide high school football publications in Texas, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, North and South Carolina.

More than 180,000 copies of the magazine series were distributed to newsstands in six states via major retailers including Walmart, Walgreen, CVS and major regional grocers. In addition, FNF’s Custom Cover Project fundraiser distributed thousands more magazines direct to fans at participating schools and copies could also be purchased on FNF’s official website – wwwFNFmagazine.com.

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Publisher of the best high school football specific magazine for Texas, Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina and Alabama.

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