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Subject:Re: Automotive writing From:Jack DeLand <adamchar -at- CHAMBER -dot- ANN-ARBOR -dot- MI -dot- US> Date:Wed, 15 May 1996 11:40:33 -0400
Usually it's the other way around - Ann Arbor (my town) hosts both C/D and
If your friend is in the area, the obvious suggestion is the autos and their
cluster of contract "body shops" - but why go from cream to curds?
Defense would be another close fit.
>I have a friend who has written for automotive magazines quite a bit but who
>is interested in doing less journalistic and more technical writing. Do any
>of you have suggestions for places to direct him in looking for work (either
>contract or permanent)?
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