Spring 2019 Updates

Spring 2019

Dear Pink Tractor Fans:


We have some exciting news! We have been working on some updates for 2019 and want you to stay up-to-date on the big changes being made – Pink Tractor is now going digital!

We’re no longer offering a hard copy of our magazine. For 2019, we will be moving into a digital edition for at least the next few issues. You can now take Pink Tractor with you ANYWHERE you go…on your cell phone, tablet, iPad, desktop and more!

Please continue to stay informed of new article releases and blog posts on our website, PinkTractor.com.

Once we determine our new setup and look of Pink Tractor, our plans are to seek advertisers and return to print. Please fill out our Rejuvenate Survey” to let us know what you would like to see in the next issues of Pink Tractor.

If you have any questions, you can contact our Co-editors: Jill Howard, 502.222.0146 extension 8698 or Carol Hughey, 502.222.0146 extension 8699 for specific information.


Thank you for your ongoing support!

Be safe, be healthy, be happy, SHINE ON!


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