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Final call for entries - New Travel Writer of the Year Award

Calling for Entries
in the
AA Directions New Travel Writer of the Year Award

Travcom (New Zealand Travel Communicators) is calling for entries in the AA Directions New Travel Writer of the Year Award. This award is for those who have never had a travel story published .

The deadline for entering is Friday 4 April - that's this week!
The entry fee is $10
The prize is $1,000

For entry forms and information click here.

All winners will be announced at a gala dinner awards evening on Friday, 16 May 2014 at the Heritage Auckland’s Grand Tearoom

How to enter: download entry forms directly from , or to receive entry forms by email
Entry Deadline: Friday 4 April 2014

About Travcom
Travcom is a not-for-profit association of travel writers, photographers, broadcasters and travel-related communicators involved in promoting a high standard of travel writing and travel photography and in publicising New Zealand and international tourism. To reinforce the aim of encouraging excellence in travel writing and photography Travcom organises the annual Cathay Pacific Travel Media Awards. Find out more about the awards, prizes, entry criteria, forms, previous winners and how to join Travcom

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