Gemini Publications

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Gemini Publications
Status active
Founded 1979
Founder John H. Zwarensteyn
Headquarters location Grand Rapids, Michigan
Publication types magazines
Nonfiction topics family, business, golf
Official website

Gemini Publications was founded in 1979 by John H. Zwarensteyn in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Zwarensteyn had published Grand Rapids Magazine as a staff member of the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce during the 1970s and purchased the publication when the chamber decided to sell it in 1979.

In 1980 he bought out his partners and formed Gemini Publications. In 1983, Grand Rapids Magazine began to take on more of a consumer focus as Gemini began publishing the Grand Rapids Business Journal—first as a monthly business-to-business newspaper—then in 1986, as a weekly.

The Gemini Publications list of titles now includes:

Grand Rapids magazine (monthly)

Grand Rapids Business Journal (weekly)

Michigan Blue (six times annually)

Book of Lists (published annually)

The company's offices are located at 549 Ottawa Avenue NW, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503.

On September 1, 2018, Gemini Publications was acquired by Hour Media of Detroit, Michigan. The new name of the company is Gemini Media LLC.


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