I have a fledgling fashion label specialising in agricultural and country themed clothing. I'm starting off with a baby & children's range which is all about connecting the city and the bush (in Australia), teaching little people where food and fibre comes from and celebrating all things country! My enterprise will launch 1st November this year and my initial advertising investment is in a very targetted Christmas shopper publication in a newspaper circulated to an audience specifically interested in primary production and agriculture.
I have been offered some editorial space and photograph with my advertisement and need to put together 200-250 words. I am right into the "Start with Why" concepts communicated by Simon Sinek - have you heard of it? So I'm keen to get our passion in this editorial, rather than a boring "we make this crap, we're so great and you should buy it spiel".
It's a bit last minute as I've actually been let down by a friend who said he'd do the work for me, but well, hasn't. I need it back in time for submission close of business, Wednesday next week (local time, Australia).
I have drafted something to review if that makes this an easier job. It's more than the target # of words and I'm not sure if it's "clean enough" copy... Would you be interested in putting something together for me?
Thanks in advance. Look forward to hearing from you soon.
Born Country Baby - Wear Your Country Heart on Your Sleeve.