Welcoming Forevermark and Tag Heuer

When advertisers select TheAtlantic.com, I always am very appreciative as they have an increasing number of sites where they can promote their brands, and this month, we welcomed Forevermark and Tag Heuer just in time for the holiday season. 


Forevermark is presenting "Moments of Beauty," a collection of inspiring In Focus galleries hand-selected by world-renowned photoblogger Alan Taylor. These galleries incorporate images from the royal wedding, the summer solstice, and the Christmas season, and they are brought to life through Alan's storytelling and photography. For instance, he picked a photo of early bird shoppers, flooding Macy's flagship New York store on "Black Friday" to secure holiday gifts. 

If you aren't the type to rush to the store after your Thanksgiving meal, our annual gift guide, presented by Tag Heuer and Kobo, may spark some great ideas -- there's still time to see what our contributors and assorted luminaries have on their wish lists and to add to yours!

As we wrap up another successful year here, I want to thank all of you who support us with your readership and our advertisers who support what we do with their investment on TheAtlantic.com. Happy Holidays!

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From the publisher

Jay Lauf is a 23-year veteran of the publishing industry with stints on both the editorial and business sides at newspapers, trade and consumer magazines, and websites. Prior to joining The Atlantic in 2008 as VP/Publisher, he was the publisher of Wired magazine.

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