- Culintro requests that pitches be submitted on the FIRST day of each month.
- Culintro will contact the winning contestant to write an article (400-550 words in length) by the 10th day of the month.
- The winner will have 2 weeks to complete their article submission. All articles must be received NO LATER THAN the 22nd of each month.
- Culintro will include a blurb and link to the winning article in the ‘Culintro à la Carte’ E-Newsletter to all of its members.
- The Winning Article will be published in Food&Beverage Magazine in an upcoming month and will also run on the magazine’s website, www.fb101.com.
Additional information on Food&Beverage Magazine Internship
- The winner will arrange all internship details including starting date with F&B Magazine.
- Internship requires a minimum of 8 hours per week (Food&Beverage Magazine is flexible with days and hours).
- Winner will intern directly under Francine Cohen, Editor-in-Chief, and work in every aspect of the magazine’s production including, but not limited to: editorial research and contributions, strategic planning, magazine production and circulation, and advertising/marketing.
Win the next Challenge!! Focus your pitch, know your Food&Beverage audience!
- Food&Beverage is a trade publication, talking to industry folks, not consumers.
- F&B readers are employed in the front and the back of the house, and beyond.
- Key decision makers in their own right, they range from restaurateurs, hoteliers, nightclub and bar managers, executive chefs, f&b directors, purveyors, marketers and mixologists, to junior level people like line cooks and bar backs who are just entering the business.
- No matter what their position they are all looking to better their business practices. And they have one thing in common. They love the food/beverage and hospitality industry. They are excited about service. They are passionate about food. And they work really long and hard hours.
- Any free time subscribers spend reading Food & Beverage Magazine should be of benefit to them. Our stories must provide some sort of business benefit/“aha” moment.
- It can be an introduction to a new product, an opinion about a trend, insight into new technology or best business practices, or any topic that will enlighten them on culinary and restaurant operations.
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