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Hope Magazine celebrates one year with KSLA Anchors

KSLA News 12 Anchor Domonique Benn (Top R) on the cover of Hope Magazine KSLA News 12 Anchor Domonique Benn (Top R) on the cover of Hope Magazine
Caddo Parish Commissioner Jerald Bowman on the cover of Hope Magazine. Caddo Parish Commissioner Jerald Bowman on the cover of Hope Magazine.
KSLA News 12 Anchor, Pat Simon is spotlight in Hope Magazine KSLA News 12 Anchor, Pat Simon is spotlight in Hope Magazine
Participants in the first ever Walk 4 Hope event by Hope Magazine Participants in the first ever Walk 4 Hope event by Hope Magazine
The guys behind Hope Magazine (standing:  George Franklin, Marcus Smith, Jay Akins, & Charles Philips) The guys behind Hope Magazine (standing: George Franklin, Marcus Smith, Jay Akins, & Charles Philips)
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

KSLA News 12 is helping Hope Magazine celebrate their one year anniversary.  When the magazine unveiled their new edition Saturday evening, KSLA News 12 Anchor, Domonique Benn was on the cover.  Domonique shares the cover with three other professional women. The title below the image is 2013 Ladies of the Ark-La-Tex...Success has never looked so good.   

Caddo Parish Commissioner Jerald Bowman is also on the cover when you flip the magazine over.  Bowman is wearing his late mother's signature boxing gloves she received from Hope Magazine when she was fighting cancer.  Before Joyce Bowman died she also was on the cover. 

Domonique's co-anchor, Pat Simon is spotlighted inside the magazine.  Pat talks about his broadcasting career, his love of politics, and career in the military.  Pat is currently in the National Guard Reserves. 

Saturday, before the cover was unveiled, there was a "Walk 4 Hope" at Lee Hedges Stadium in Shreveport.  Hundreds of people showed up for the magazine's first walk. 

Hope Magazine started with a vision of bringing positive stories to the Ark-La-Tex and spotlight positive people.  Marcus Smith is the CEO, George Franklin is the President, Jay Akins is CFO of Hope Magazine, and Charles Philips is President of Media Operations.

You can pick up your copy of Hope Magazine from Free Style Printers on East Texas in Bossier City.  A $5 donation will help the magazine's efforts in as it continues spotlighting positive people and places impacting the Ark-La-Tex.

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