Last chance to apply to be Theme Park Insider's Halloween correspondent
Written by Robert Niles
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This is the final call for readers who want to apply for the freelance gig to help Theme Park Insider cover theme park Halloween events this fall. It's a 12-week commitment, starting the week of Aug. 8. You'll be writing one blog post a week for the site, including advance features on this year's upcoming major Halloween events, wrapping up with trip reports from a few of the bigger events. Details here. Familiarity with Theme Park Insider, our readers and our style, is a must. Previous writing or blogging experience strongly preferred. It's a freelance gig, so there's some money and covered expenses in this, though not enough to be worth anyone giving up a day job... Sorry :-(
If you're Halloween/horror fanatic, who loves theme parks and wants to show people what they can expect from this year's events, I want to hear from you! We've got a large audience to offer, and for the right person, this gig could be an enormous amount of fun. (I'll be following up with applicants later this week.)
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