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Distribution

SPQ Magazine is published quarterly and distributed free to many locations in the community. These locations are largely in the Metropolitan Pittsburgh area.

Please call the Circulation Manager for your area if you are out of magazines and need restocked or if you would like magazines placed at your location: Anthony Murrell (412.758.1420)
Here are some locations that we try to stock each quarter:

East Liberty

Bat’s Barbershop

Carnegie Library

Cricket on Penn

Dana’s Styling Salon

David’s Shoes

Edible Arrangements

Flossy’s Hair Designs

Global Wellness

Hair Master

Joy Nouveau Creations

Kingsley Association

Mr. Stanz Barbershop

Mt. Ararat Baptist Church

Rodman St. Miss. Baptist Church

Voluto Coffee

Shadyside

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

Garfield/Friendship/Bloomfield

MC Laundry Mat

That’s Sharp Boutique

Something Borrowed Boutique

Oscar’s Barbershop

Roxanne’s Take-Out & Catering

International Fashion House

Homewood

Alma Illery Medical Center

Carnegie Library

Dorsey’s Records

Galaxy Entertainment

Homewood Hair

Afro American Music Institute

Willie Tee’s Barber Shop

YMCA Bruston

YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh

Wilkinsburg

Al’s Fish N’ Chicken

Chris Styles Barbershop

Clayton’s Fashions

G&E Interiors

Hosanna House

Jean’s Soul Food

Right Market

Penn Hills

Moye’ Hair Salon

Penn Hills Library

Stubbz

Mimi’s Hair to Serve

East Hills Giant Eagle

Creamy Creations

The Strip District

CJ’s in the Strip

SAVOY

The Hill District

The Hill House

NAACP

Carnegie Library

Ujamaa Boutique

Centre of Attraction

PCSI, Inc.

Amazing Café

D&L Convenience

Center Dry Cleaners

Downtown

August Wilson Center

Simpatico Coffee

African-Amer Chamber

VIP Styles

Oakland

Natural Choice

Squirrel Hill

Carnegie Library

The Ultimate Beauty Spa

North Side

Ambiance Hair & Nail Gallery

Bidwell Training Center

Carnegie Library

Dave Williams Barber Shop

Fred Taits Barber

Jalen’s Barber Shop

Quik It (Food Side)

Stedeford’s

Styles by Thomas & Thomas

The Trevor James Experience

Regent Square

Sankofa Village

Edgewood

In Style Hair Salon

Swissvale

Top Notch

Rankin Christian Center

Braddock

Resurrection Baptist Church

Shining Stars Creative Childcare

Thomas Daycare

Thomas Beauty Salon

West End

Within Style Hair Salon

Sheraden

Sheraden Branch Library

McKees Rocks

Serenity Styles

Crafton Ingram Shopping Center

Giant Eagle

Top Nail

J&C Hair Design

Crafton Ingram Laundromat

Homestead

Knights Barbershop

Crystals Hair Gallery

Duquense

Crystals Hair Gallery

McKeesport

Beauty Empire

East Pittsburgh

Divine Hair Studio

Monessen, PA

Hair Especially for You

New Kensington, PA

WGBN AM 1150

Johnstown, PA

Flood City Elks Lodge #371

Updos Beauty Supply

Pleasant Hill Baptist Church

Aliquippa, PA

State Farm Insurance – Rob Jones

Steubenville OH

Univer-Soul Flavor

Wheeling, WV

YWCA


Please call the Circulation Manager for your area if you are out of magazines and need restocked or if you would like magazines placed at your location:

Circulation Manager
Anthony Murrell (412.758.1420)

Do you want your location to distribute our quarterly magazine?  Great for extra traffic!
Call Soul Pitt at 412.407.7685 (SOUL).

3 Responses to “Distribution”

  • Alneda Richardson:

    Thank you everyone for putting together such an informative magazine to keep the community informed about local news, travel, business, and cultural events. Now that we no longer have our local radio station, this article will certainly keep us informed about all the happenings in this town!

  • Pam:

    Can you create a distribution site on the West side of Pittsburgh? Love the magazine but can’t get to the other locations.

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Each edition of SPQ magazine will explore the “Soulful” side of Pittsburgh and present it in a way to positively shine the light on the culture, arts, entertainment and people of Pittsburgh’s African-American community and the surrounding area.

From soulful entertainment to soulful food, SPQ will engage the reader and bring to life the people who make up the community.

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