Tue, Apr 19, 2005
To Join Our Editorial Team
Are you watching your friends getting ready for Oshkosh and
wishing you could go? Well, perhaps you can. On us.
There's a catch, of course. You have to be able to write and you
have to be willing to work. If you meet both those criteria, then
you're in for more fun than you might imagine.
We're looking for a few aviation-savvy correspondents who'd like
to cover one of the world's greatest annual aviation events. It's
hard work, but you'll get to see all of Airventure 2005, work with
some of the best in the business and see your work on the web every
day of the show.
Free. Your travel and accomodations are all paid. Such a deal!
We bunk in a great home not far from the air show, but far enough
so that you can concentrate on your work and, when it's done,
concentrate on relaxing.
If you're interested, please submit a sample of your work and a
resume to the address below. And get ready... this is the event all
of us at ANN look forward to all year long.
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