• Jennifer Bringle

Alex Milstein joins Casual Living

Will serve as assistant editor

Alex Milstein has joined the Casual Living editorial team as assistant editor, effective July 17.

Milstein comes to Casual Living from his previous role of Client Content Editor for Progressive Business Media. In that position, Milstein wrote and edited custom content pieces, as well as content for Furniture Today and Casual Living.

In his new role, Milstein heads Casual Living’s digital efforts via its website and social media channels. He also will be actively involved on the print side, writing and editing stories for the magazine, as well as traveling to markets. In addition, Milstein will work on Casual Living’s spinoff publication, Exterior Design.

"I'm unbelievably excited to be joining the Casual Living crew,” Milstein says. “This is an amazing team of people who are dedicated and passionate about their work, and I

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couldn't ask for a better group to be working with. I'm thrilled to be a part of this publication, as well as Exterior Design, as they both grow and prosper."

Casual Living Editor in Chief Waynette Goodson says she is delighted to have Milstein come on board. “Alex has written excellent feature stories for us in the past, and he already is familiar with the industry through his role for Furniture Today,” Goodson says. “We couldn’t have found a better fit.”

A 2014 graduate of The University of North Carolina at Asheville, Milstein has worked at a music magazine and the SFW advertising agency in Greensboro, where he focused on content creation and inbound marketing.

Milstein is based in Casual Living’s Greensboro office. He can be reached at amilstein@casualliving.com or 336-605-1146.

Image of Jennifer BringleJennifer Bringle | Features Editor, Casual Living

Jennifer Bringle is the features editor of Casual Living. She previously served as an editor and reporter at a number of publications, including Kids Today, AAA Living Magazine, The News & Observer of Raleigh and Carolina Parent. Her work also has appeared in The Washington Post, Southern Living, Our State and The News & Record of Greensboro, and she is the author of several non-fiction books for middle and high school-aged children.  Contact her at jbringle@casualliving.com

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