[GRRN] newsletter writer wanted

Gary Liss (gary@garyliss.com)
Thu, 02 Sep 1999 16:46:48

>Date: Thu, 2 Sep 1999 19:25:03 -0400 (EDT)
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>From: Amy Perlmutter <amyp@chelseacenter.org>
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>Subject: newsletter writer wanted
>X-Comment: EPA's "Jobs Through Recycling" Grants Network
>September 1, 1999
>The Chelsea Center for Recycling and Economic Development is soliciting
>bids for a contractor to write two newsletters. These newsletters are
>currently six pages, approximately 4,000-5,000 words, and include
>information about Chelsea Center activities, a profile and photograph of a
>local recycled products manufacturer, a profile on a public or non-profit
>agency providing business or technical services, and an article on some
>aspect of recycling market development. The Chelsea Center has a designer
>under separate contract to do newsletter layout and develop graphics.=20
>It is anticipated that the Contractor will meet (by phone or in person)
>with a Chelsea Center Project Manager to discuss potential content. The
>newsletter could be expanded to eight pages if agreed upon by the
>Contractor and Project Manager. The Contractor would then draft the
>newsletter, including any photos and information for graphics, and submit
>it to the Project Manager for feedback and edits. The Contractor would
>also work with the Chelsea Center's designer on layout, and proofread the
>newsletter. The Chelsea Center will obtain printing quotes and take care
>of printing and mailing the newsletter.
>The tentative dates for newsletter completion are November, 1999, and May,
>Please submit a quote for this service, along with a statement of
>qualifications, three references, samples of related work, and any
>recommendations for refining the proposed newsletter development process to:
>Amy Perlmutter
>Executive Director
>Chelsea Center for Recycling and Economic Development
>180 Second Street
>Chelsea, MA 02150
>=B7 Any quotes that are not lump sum should have a "not to exceed" limit. =
>=B7 Responses to this solicitation must be received by 5:00PM on Monday,
>September 13.
>=B7 For more information or to obtain copies of previous Chelsea Center
>newsletters, call 617-887-2300.
>=B7 Awarding of this contract is contingent upon Chelsea Center funding.
>The Chelsea Center for Recycling and Economic Development was founded by
>the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1995 to create jobs, support recycling
>efforts, and help the economy and the environment by working to increase
>the use of recovered materials by manufacturers. The Chelsea Center's goal
>is to help create an infrastructure for a sustainable materials economy in
>Massachusetts, where businesses will thrive that rely on locally discarded
>goods as their feedstock and that minimize pressure on the environment by
>reducing waste, pollution, dependence on virgin materials, and dependence
>on disposal facilities. For more information on the Chelsea Center, visit
>our web site at www.chelseacenter.org.
>Amy Perlmutter
>Executive Director
>Chelsea Center for Recycling and
>Economic Development
>University of Massachusetts
>180 Second Street
>Chelsea, MA 02150
>617-887-2300/fax 617-887-0399
>visit our web site at www.chelseacenter.org
Gary Liss
Fax: 916-652-0485