Favor magazine

FAVOR Magazine is a popular African American "New Age" publication, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 2006 by actress, motivational speaker,community advocate and President& CEO of PSL Entertainment Group, Pamela S. Lowery, MSA. FAVOR is highly noted for outstanding full color photography and savvy mainstream editorialFAVOR Magazine is a popular African American "New Age" publication, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 2006 by actress, motivational speaker,community advocate and President& CEO of PSL Entertainment Group, Pamela S. Lowery, MSA.

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