Now celebrating its 33rd year in print, and with new, young and energetic owners, Plano Profile magazine is undergoing a little bit of a revamp—and we invite YOU to get involved!

Just married? New parent or grandparent? Big promotion? Newly graduated? Adopted a shelter dog? Just built the playhouse to end all playhouses? Whatever your big accomplishment is, share it with us for possible inclusion in Plano Profile, in our upcoming LOOK WHO feature!

LOOK WHO is your chance to tell us, and the rest of the community, what’s going on in your lives! We can’t wait to hear from you, so to get you inspired here’s a personal example we’re sure you’ll enjoy!


Got Married! 

Rebecca and Philip Silvestri, new owners of Plano Profile magazine, recently tied the knot with a Western-themed wedding at the Stockyards in Fort Worth. Pre-wedding festivities included a rodeo, steak and rib dinner, and a Mexican night complete with mariachis, while the wedding itself took place in a rustic barn atmosphere. Presiding over the union was Sheriff Wyatt Earp, while a traditional western band played the wedding march with guitars and a banjo. Later, the party continued with line dancing, saloon girls and a cowboy themed “Hora Loca.” 

Now it’s your turn!

LOOK WHO will be published in both our print and online publications, so to get involved all you need to do is:

  1. Have something exciting or interesting to talk about!
  2. Tell us all about it! Email us all the details to:
  3. Make sure you include a photo or two! A picture paints a thousand words, so please make sure you also send us some photos to accompany your story!

Rebecca Silvestri

Rebecca Silvestri is the vice president of Sales & Marketing. She is also the wife of Philip Silvestri, publisher of Local Profile. In a previous life, Rebecca was a math teacher in London and the...