Dear future fellow FQM members,
French Quarter Magazine is your passport to French-American culture. It aims to inform, entertain, inspire readers and to be the prime means of communication from Las Vegas to all members worldwide as well a forum for members and to broaden awareness of the rich cultural heritage of France through articles and interviews. It also promotes our advertisers and serves as a marketing tool. It is issued online every month, and our soon to come fourth annual print version will be delivered free to selected locations.
The online magazine is free for readers, but you must be a Member by selecting your yearly membership to receive our print version directly to your home, then sign up for our free newsletter and enjoy each issue that includes information on special exhibitions, stories, selection of restaurants, fashion and costumes, architecture & travel, new businesses, member events, conferences, and a chance to win great prizes.
Please send us as your convenience an e-mail and further your mailing address at email@example.com so we can mail you your FQM Membership card valid for a year.
Your yearly membership will enable you to receive our fourth print magazine (will be released on June 27th, 2020), enjoy our monthly e-newsletters and agendas keeping you abreast of all FQM programs and news, get advance admission and a 10% discount to all our social and cultural events organised by FQM (Launch magazine party, guest speakers conferences, exhibits, culinary demonstrations and wine events, music performances, etc.) and a chance to win prizes from our numerous business partners offered randomly during the year.
All membership funds will go to finance its expensive annual print magazine that promotes cross-cultural understanding and serves as an integral link and highlights cultural connections shared between the United States and France through the Arts, fashion, travel and gastronomy. FQM also aims to preserve historical and cultural legacy both in France and the United States to inspire future generations to educate themselves, dream and create.