Didn’t want to bury the lede there.
After nine years and a month of freelancing, this morning I accepted a permanent, full-time position as travel news/travel buzz editor at the AOL-owned MapQuest.
A heartfelt thank you to all of my freelance clients and colleagues over the last nine years! It’s been wonderful working with you. Also, both Eater Louisville and Louisville.com are hiring to replace me. Please get in touch if you’re interested in either position (highly recommend them both).
My new position with MapQuest is based at AOL’s offices in Dulles, Va., a Washington, DC suburb. According to MapQuest’s LinkedIn profile:
As a top 20 website, MapQuest helps more than 40 million people per month, providing tools for Internet and mobile users, developers, and businesses. Long known as a leader for maps and directions, the new MapQuest is all about the journey; helping you explore, discover and navigate your world.
Needless to say, I’m thrilled to have this opportunity to work with AOL and MapQuest.
Photo: Courtesy MapQuest