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Travel writers wanted: Wellington Travcom Event

October 11, 2011

Wellington Travcom Event, 25 October – Wine ‘n’ Cheese & Slide-show Spectacular

Please register by 19th October

The Wellington Travcom committee are pleased to invite you our second event for 2011

  • Want to network with fellow travel communicators while eating cheese and drinking wine or juice?
  • Want to socialise with fellow travellers while eating cheese and drinking wine?
  • Want to kick back and relax while four fellow travellers present a Pecha Kucha-style slide show

(Pechakucha is 20 slides – with only 20 seconds per slide – we guarantee there’ll be no yawning or nodding off. And who knows, next time it could be you. It’s a good excuse to hone your public speaking and brush up on Power Point – key travel communication skills, right?)  see more here

See and hear:

- Heather Hapeta on “How I turned men into monks”

- Sarah Bennett on “How I became a travel writer”

And, photographers Nick Servian and Chris Coad on a topic of their choice.

We will also be discussing plans for 2011 so bring your ideas, wants and desires for Wellington Travcom 2012

The where and when

  • Time: 6pm on Tuesday 25 October, Agostini Room (4th floor; nibbles & drinks served)
  • Place: Museum Hotel, 90 Cable Street (near Te Papa). Street parking available.
  • Cost: Travcom members $10; non-members $15.
  • Register with and send cheque to: Helen Davies, Travcom administrator, at 2B Pukehana Avenue, Epsom, Auckland 1023. Ph: 09 624 5707
  • OR email: helen.davies@clear.net.nz if you’d like to use internet banking or have any queries.
  • Register by 19 October. 

This event has been organised by the Wellington branch of the Travel Communicators’ Association.
Further info: Sarah Bennett (sarah@bennettandslater.co.nz); Judith Doyle (judith.doyle@clear.net.nz) and Heather Hapeta (heatherhapeta@orcon.net.nz)

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