|(Posted 12/3/2002) |
(Provided by Heckler Magazine)
SACRAMENTO, CA -- Heckler Magazine has hired Lance Dalgart to fill the position of Executive Editor of Snow and Skateboarding. Dalgart joins Heckler with an extensive career that has included positions as an On-Line Editor and Senior Photographer at Skateboarder Magazine and Transworld Skateboarding.
"Lance brings an incredible background to our team," said Sam Toll, publisher of Heckler Magazine. "His experience in the industry is an asset to us and his fresh, creative prowess will build and enhance our publication."
During his 8 years in the action sports industry Lance has freelanced for a slew of publications and companies which include Big Brother, Strength, Sessions, Shorty's, Birdhouse and NHS Inc, among others. While at NHS, Lance was responsible for the design, layout and content for their quarterly magazine/catalog Strange Notes.
"I am so psyched to have an opportunity like this. It has been something I have been waiting for my whole life," said Dalgart. "To be part of the future of Heckler is a dream come true."
You can contact Lance at 916-456-2300 x30 to welcome him on board. For any other general questions or comments feel free to contact Jesse Locks.
Based in Sacramento, California, Heckler Magazine was founded in 1992 as a newsprint 'zine. Today, Heckler Magazine is one of the last independently owned magazines that aims to inspire, entertain and reveal the lifestyles and personalities of the skateboarding, snowboarding and music subcultures. Heckler is distributed throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.
Editor's addendum: as of 4/9/03 Lance is no longer affiliated with Heckler.
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