President, Don Stone, has 34 years experience in
working in the Atlanta Christian marketplace.
He was General Manager of a local Christian radio
station for 15 years.
Don created Atlanta
Christian Magazine, which is now in it's 25th year of publication and comes out
every two weeks.
the Atlanta Christian Media Group in 1994, which helps
businesses, churches and Christian schools to be more
effective in using their advertising dollars on local
Don created the first
Christian business guide ever published in Atlanta.
Now, The Atlanta Christian Business Directory is in
it's third decade of existence with the 38th edition due out this
now comes out twice each year and is the only
published Christian Yellow Pages in metro Atlanta.
He also created
which includes this web site and
www.atlantachristianyellowpages.com, which is under
development now with plans to offer exciting
An exciting new E-Blast newsletter program
goes out twice a month to thousands of Christians in
the metro Atlanta area. Details here..http://www.atlantachristianweb.com/E-Blast%20newsletters.asp
His company, Express Publications, also created
the Braves Express newspaper, now in its 22nd year of
publication with a new version covering the Gwinnett Braves,
the Gwinnett Braves Express. The website for that is
E-Blast newsletter program on the Braves goes out
twice a month.
sports newspaper, The Georgia Tech Express, covering
Yellow Jackets football, is in its 23rd year of publication.
The website for that is
called Georgia Football Magazine covering the Georgia
Bulldogs comes out each fall. Football Atlanta
covering the Bulldogs, Jackets and Atlanta Falcons
has been in publication since 1998. The website for
Another project is Healthy Living Atlanta Magazine, which
provides helpful easy to use information on
health, nutrition and fitness with columns by
national and local experts. The website is
Don graduated from Southern Illinois University
in 1974 with a BS in Radio & Television Production, with a
Special Major in Telecommunications and minors in
Theatre and Spanish.
He worked his way through college as a disc jockey
at WRAJ AM/FM, WSIU-FM, and at WJPF Radio, all
southern Illinois stations near the university. While
there, he was elected president of TelPro, a student
production company where he played a Dick Clark
character in "SIU Bandstand." He also wrote the
play, "Leave It To Gopher," as a satire on TV
situation comedy of the 50s and 60s with future New
York composer Barry Kleinbort playing the dad, Wart
and now well known west coast photographer C. Steven
Short playing Willy. It was later produced by the
Savannah Little Theatre. In Atlanta, the Dunwoody
Stage Door Players presented it in a series of one
act plays with Don directing and reprising his role
of the wise cracking Eddie Hassle.
Before moving to Atlanta in 1978, Don was
weatherman on WSAV-TV in Savannah, GA.
His daughter, Shannon (in the above photo) is 28. Don's
son, Shane, is 23.