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Posted Fri Apr 15, 2011, 2:10am Subject: Are you going to SCAA Houston? Looking for Show Reporters!
Are you planning on attending the SCAA show in Houston this year?
If you are, we're looking for a few people to help keep the rest of the CoffeeGeek community informed about what's happening at the show, with reports from the show floor, photos at various booths, short interviews with people showing off great new products.
Filing the reports are simple - all you need to do is email in 150-500 words plus photos for each report you'd like to do, each day the show is running. We'll put the reports live in a daily "show report" article on the front page of CoffeeGeek in chronological order.
If you're interested, please email me at coffeekid at gmail and I'll fill in more details.
In addition, if someone is willing to be a comprehensive, on site reporter for the website (and you have good photography skills and a good camera), there are added incentives offered. Email me for details.
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