Roller Skating Business

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Roller Skating Business
6905 Corporate Drive
Indianapolis IN 46278

Phone: (317)347-2626
Fax: (317)347-2636
Website: http://www.rollerskating.com/
Guidelines:

Editor: Lynette Rowland, Editor/Publisher
Email address: editor-at-rollerskating.com

About The Publication:

“We are a publication for roller skating rink owners and operators. In every issue we include information on how to reach out to families, run your business, updates on legal news that affects the roller skating rink industry, roller skating news, celebrity spotlights and much more.” 90% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Circ. 1200. Bimonthly. Pays on publication. Publishes ms within one year of acceptance. Buys first rights. No reprints. Sample copy available by mail. Subscription $45, $55 CDN, $75 foreign. Guidelines by email. Pays $0.10/word for 500-1500 words.

Current Needs:

“We need writers who have been published and have done so for at least 5 years and have a portfolio to prove their experience. Writers need to have a firm understanding of grammar and should be able to pick up the phone and call our members for references, which often requires evening work. Must have a quick turn-around time and be able to work with business owners.” Submit query by email.

Pays $0.10/word for 500-1500 words.

Photos/Art:

“Must be .jpg format and 150-300 dpi. We don’t pay for photos.”

Hints:

“Sending articles that have nothing to do with our association or our rink owners wastes time because we have to sort through the emails. We’re planning on launching our new website this year, as well as new columns on operating a small business. We’re planning the following areas of discussion in the next year, so if you have experience with any of these areas we would love to hear from you: Marketing/Birthday parties in roller skating rinks; How to use licensed characters in your family entertainment center; Vending and coin-op; Roller skating flooring; How to work on your business; Concessions; Pricing; Point of sale systems; Payroll; Fraud and theft; Human resources; Teen/child issues today; Summer camps at family entertainment centers; Cutting edge revenue streams; Employee retention; Cashless systems; Advertising ROI; Generating media events for the small business owner; And much more!”

Welcomes New Writers: Yes