Experts Contribute to the Roadside Conversation
Industry experts are contributing to Last Great Road Trip website in order to help others create their own off-road adventure and celebrate the cultural diversity of the open road.
The Last Great Road Trip finds new ways to thank readers and bring content that can help their readers be more successful on their next overland adventure road trip. As a result the adventure road trip website is pleased to introduce a new set of articles written by industry experts.
By teaming up with subject matter experts Last Great Road Trip hopes to publish information on everything from earning gas money for your trip to better understanding the suspension components for your rig as well as discovering overland adventures that are as close as next door.
When asked why the off-road adventure website is expanding, Paul Thompson, team driver and project manager, said “Our goal is to post articles that will help everyone plan their own great adventure, so we hope to hear from our reads with their thoughts about guest writers and topics they would like to read about. If there are budding writers with a field of expertise out there don’t be shy. Let us know how you would like to contribute and help celebrate diversity in the world one blog at a time.”
You will find these posts on www.LastGreatRoadTrip.com with credit to author and a link back in order for readers to follow up and find out more information. The first guest writer will discuss some of the points to consider when shipping your rig around the globe in order to start or end your off-road adventure in a far off location.
Making this all possible, the Last Great Road Trip is supported by friends, family and sponsors along the way including:
Metal Tech – Protection… Evolved
Metagyre, Inc – Project Management Experts
Taylor Made Graphics
Hula Betty Productions
Working Web Solutions Portland Web Design & Portland SEO Search Engine Optimization
About Last Great Road Trip:
A series of off-road adventures taken by a small team shared with others over the Internet. The website, a social experiment in web 2.0 and a celebration of diversity, describes the off-road adventures, friendships, rants and raves on the road of life. Explore hidden trails, back roads and diverse cultures that enrich this shared off-road experience while adding your own comments to the adventure.
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