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April 09, 2013

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Mateus Garcia

Hello,

My name is Mateus Garcia, I'm currently going to school at Post University which is located in Waterbury, CT. I'm also a student intern at this company called Boomer Den. It is a new concept and new corporation here in the State of CT. Here is our website in case you want to take a look and be more familiar with the company (www.boomerden.com).
Our main focus is the baby boomer generation. We basically help the baby boomers get more experience on the field they want to work on as well as with their dream career. Boomer Den is where talented adults go to learn, network, and make money.
Anyways, I would like to ask you a few questions regarding your blog and how we can connect with each other.
1- Would it be possible for Boomer Den to post articles or guest blog?
2- What are your editorial guidelines?
3- Is there a charge when something is posted?
4- What are your main requirements for guest blogging?

I look forward to seeing your response.
Thank you for your time and consideration,

Mateus Garcia.
www.boomerden.com

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