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Use: Media professionals looking to diversify their automotive readership with women authors who provide their views on a wide variety of topics.
What it is: Courtney Hansen, America’s favorite Garage Girl and the former host of The Learning Channel’s Overhaulin’ auto makeover show, a new-book author and the host of Spike TV’s weekend “Power Block,” has teamed up with Wheelbase Communications for this exclusive column. If you’re looking to build more regular readership and to bring more women into the pages of your print publication and Web pages with the help of a friendly and outgoing automotive celebrity, this bi-weekly column that alternates with our own Rhonda Wheeler is a must.
- About 800-900 words; Word text file plus high-resolution art files for print and Web use.
- Mac and PC layout with accompanying text and art files for maximum work flexibility.
- High-resolution artwork suitable for print.
- Coming soon! Multi-platform page layout that opens with either Quark Xpress or Adobe Indesign.
When it comes to driving, the British are definitely doing something right.
I’m not talking about driving on the left side of the road. One heart-stopping ride tearing through London on the “wrong” side of the street and I vowed to stick with the subway for the duration of my visit. But what caught my eye were the signs. On every corner, every crosswalk, in the “tourist zone,” the Brits have painted huge reminders — right on the ground — reminding visiting pedestrians to “Look Left” or “Look Right” for traffic coming the other way before they step off the curb.