Summer’s latter half has been filled with construction-related copywriting projects.
One was for a Phoenix-based company that restores residential and commercial buildings that have been damaged by fires, floods, storms or other disasters. My words will be used in their new promotional folders.
The other project is ongoing and involves work for a design studio whose client is a lumber industry trade association. Here’s an article that I wrote for their website:
Four Steps to Maintain Your Deck
I like working on projects like these because they draw on my experience as a Habitat for Humanity and International Relief Teams volunteer and Building and Construction Technologies coursework at Pima Community College.
So, if you need help with a writing project that involves building or fixing things, give me a call at 520-690-1888. Or send an e-mail.
Need copywriting for some other topic?
Not a problem! I’m versatile enough to handle everything from dancing to motorcycling, fire safety to hazard communication, and financial planning to fashion photography.
Mark Your Calendar
In two weeks, I’ll be returning to the Odyssey Storytelling stage for the fourth time.
Get ready to hear about my trials and tribulations as the owner of an emotionally needy house. This house is surrounded by thorny plants that attack me on a regular basis.
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Odyssey Storytelling Presents “Home”
Doors open at 6:30 p.m., Show starts at 7:00 p.m.
The Screening Room,
127 E. Congress Street
Tucson, AZ 85701
$8 Adults, $6 Students