WSJ reporter seeking help of U.S. retirees living overseas
U.S. retirees living overseas to help The Wall Street Journal with a new project
Seeking a retiree living overseas who will profile his or her city – where to go, what to do, what to see, where to eat – and why it’s special. Sort of an insider’s guide written by a retiree for retirees.
I'm hoping you can help me find an American living abroad to help me with a new project. I write about retirement planning for The Wall Street Journal, and I'm in search of U.S. retirees living overseas who are willing to write a travel story about the great place where they live for our retirement report. I’m hoping you might have a few suggestions of people I could approach about it. Alternatively, I’m wondering if you have an email list through which you could help me get the word out with an announcement along these lines? I write about retirement for The Wall Street Journal, and we’re seeking a retiree living overseas who will profile his or her city – where to go, what to do, what to see, where to eat – and why it’s special. Sort of an insider’s guide written by a retiree for retirees. It would probably be no more than 1,000 words, and I’d be the editor. If you're interested in sharing travel tips for the fabulous place to which you have retired, please let me know. Thanks much, Kelly Greene (email@example.com)
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