Website Launch Offers Unique Content and Valuable Resources For KC Readers
KANSAS CITY, Mo – (June 1, 2016) – The Real KC, a website created by two area business women, offers readers a one-stop-shop for all things KC. From self-help articles written by people in the know to must-have local finds, pics from the Kansas City social scene, and events that readers won't want to miss, the Real KC offers evolving content and an interactive experience. This site was created for women, by women, to explore the topics that women in Kansas City really want to talk about.
Unique in their site's approach, Jamie Needham and Tiffany Killoren want to offer readers a place to learn, grow, and connect with other women. With a blog section that focuses on six main areas – Health & Fitness; Career & Finance; Travel & Leisure; Personal Wellness; Home & Lifestyle; and Relationships – contributing writers from around the Kansas City area offer their insight into topics that can make life easier and time better spent. And, with additional sections that focus on Kansas City's social scene and must-have products and other features, The Real KC is truly a one-stop-shop for busy women with active lives.
“Single or married, kids or no kids, working or not, at some point all women look at each other and think, how is it she can do so much and make it look so easy?” Needham explains. “But the truth is, none of us have perfect lives and it's time we stop pretending we do.”
“We know how busy everyone is,” Killoren says. “We want to offer a site that addresses the topics of conversation that we all have on the sidelines of our kids' soccer game, at the bus stop, or over cocktails during a girls' night out. We want to be the place that women go to for answers.”
“The Real KC is an opportunity for women to talk openly and honestly about their lives,” Needham adds. “It's a place for women of all ages to connect with others who are in similar situations, a place to ask real questions and get real answers. Most importantly, The Real KC is a place where women can make friends and just be themselves.”
“It's all about keeping it honest,” Killoren says. “And keeping it real.”
For media inquiries or questions, please visit TheRealKC.com or contact Jamie Needham or Tiffany Killoren at TheRealKC@Outlook.com.