Digital magazine wait(er) Magazine has just released its fourth issue on Apple iTunes, making its unique perspective from restaurant service workers available to a wider audience.
“After quietly publishing three issues on the Internet and for the Amazon Kindle digital platform, we decided it was time to reach out to a larger audience,” said publisher Keith R. Higgons. “We’re in a place now where our workflow is solid and we’ve seen the type of issue over issue growth that warrants this move.”
Since July 2013, wait(er) Magazine has built a solid presence on social media platforms including Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Tumblr and YouTube.The subscription only magazine relies on social media to attract talented writers and reach its growing audience.
In addition to appealing to service, or “serve us”, employees by sharing their stories and perspective, any reader involved in the industry, past or present, can find something to identify with in wait(er) Magazine.
Currently, wait(er) Magazine boasts writers from all over North America and offers perspectives from fast food workers to bartenders, from baristas to waiters, and everything in between. It is released on the first Tuesday of every month for 99 cents per issue.
wait(er) Magazine is an ad-free, subscription based digital magazine that focuses on unique tales of food and beverage service employees. It is published on the first Tuesday of every month. The magazine is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY.