4WD Action Freelance Travel Stories

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joshy
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Re: 4WD Action Freelance Travel Stories

Unread post by joshy » November 17th, 2012, 6:01 pm

who is the current travel guy? cant find much info through out the site. got heaps of pics and a story to write about a high country trip but not sure how long they need to be
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mants
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Re: 4WD Action Freelance Travel Stories

Unread post by mants » May 24th, 2013, 5:09 pm

This is my report from Easter this year.

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Have a look, hope you like.

Cheers
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Spuki
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Who to address travel articles too

Unread post by Spuki » January 9th, 2014, 7:00 pm

Hey anyone know who is the main man dealing with freelance travel articles? I have a couple in the pipeline and want to make sure they get to the most appropriate person cheers

Robdeo
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Re: 4WD Action Freelance Travel Stories

Unread post by Robdeo » January 10th, 2014, 12:56 pm

Does 4wdAction still want these stories? If so, what/who/how?

Peter Aawen
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Re: 4WD Action Freelance Travel Stories

Unread post by Peter Aawen » January 10th, 2014, 9:48 pm

A4WDA are always looking for stories!!

If you have a story you'd like them to consider, especially (but not exclusively) if you've got pics, you should drop an email to them at editorial@4wdaction.com.au & include an outline of what you have in mind with a sample pic or two if you've got any. You can find them thru the Contact Us link at the bottom of every page on the Website, or just a straight email will work - but sometimes they can take a long time to respond so don't expect an answer the afternoon you've sent it! ;)
An Ex-Service person is someone who thought enough about their country & how great it is, how lucky we are to live here, to write a blank cheque made out to 'The People and Commonwealth of Australia' for the value of 'Up to & including my Life!'

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