Behind the Scenes: Producing a Vallarta Lifestyles Cover

Jorge Chávez
Nov. 29, 2016

We have received an un precedented number of favorable remarks about the image featured on the cover of Vallarta Lifestyles’ October-December 2016 issue. As it turns out, we were quite excited to put it together that we decided early on we would document its creation. Producing our cover at Banderas Bay Trading Company, was an added bonus. It allowed us to celebrate the long-lived friendship our company has enjoyed with Peter and Tari Bowman, who own the home decor shop, along with their very successful Daiquiri Dick’s Restaurant on Olas Altas. St.

Peter and Tari advertised Daiquiri Dick’s on the very first issue of Vallarta Lifestyles, and continue partnering with us, publication after publication—muchas gracias, P&T!

Watch this four-minute video to go behind the scenes with us!



Christina Rathke
General manager
Faith Colectiva

“Vallarta Lifestyles has helped us a lot to position our business, the fact that people see us in the magazine has contributed their coming back to Faith Colectiva. Actually, we have measured the reach of our advertising by offering a free gift and it is unbelievable to see them coming with the issue.”
Richard Bartholomew
General Manager
The Agency Punta de Mita

"Vallarta Lifestyles is very similar to The Agency, we have a similar client base, [residents and tourists] who seek for information about the topics that are featured in each issue; lifestyle, restaurants, and architecture, among others. And, because the way your magazines are located, we can really capture the clients we want."
Sarah Elengorn
Elengorn Realtors

“Vallarta Lifestyles has readers from Punta de Mita to Mismaloya and beyond, so announcing my business, means the positioning and recognition of my agency throughout the region. The contents of the magazine are very interesting, because they provide relevant information about activities in the destination. I am pleased to see it at hotels, restaurants and galleries, but what excites me the most is to see people with their issue in hand. That is really relevant for us.”