In the end, you made it really difficult for us!
We received a slew of amazing submissions in the final days of our contest to tell us about your favorite auto show moment and win a trip to the New York International Auto Show (sponsored by High Gear Media, Hyundai, and the New York International Auto Show). The editorial brain trust put its collective (and collectively fierce) mind to the task of selecting a winner, and…
We are thrilled to announce that Brian
Winner With Best-Written Entry Will Travel to New York to Cover the Show
PALO ALTO, Calif., April 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The Car Connection, the Internet’s authority for car shoppers that reviews both cars and the best of the Web, together with Hyundai Motor America (http://www.hyundai.com), and the New York International Auto Show, are launching an automotive writing contest. The contest winner will receive a trip to cover the auto show’s media days in New York later this
We did our best to get a little April Fool’s Day spirit going this April 1st. Turns out, The New York Times noticed. Three of our brands were featured in the Times’ roundup of April Fool’s craziness in autos, cited for their creativity.
John Voelcker created a fake scoop for Green Car Reports on a company called NuTankX, supposedly a start-up based in Michigan that worked a new angle on the Better Place battery swap — gas tank switching.
Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield write
High Gear Media, Hyundai, and the New York International Auto Show are offering aspiring automotive writers inside access to cover the 2011 New York Auto Show.
Interested in getting flown to New York City with a guest to help us cover the big event?
Here are some tips and pointers to help you impress our editorial team and to give you the best shot to win.
Write about your favorite auto show moment!
The contest theme is this: write about your favorite auto show