Monday, March 15, 2004

Join one of our new reader panels



The Cincinnati Enquirer

Wanted: Folks who like to talk about themselves and aren't afraid to share details of their lives, from what's bugging them to what kinds of activities they enjoy.

The Enquirer is in the process of forming new reader panels, and you're invited to share your stories to help guide our coverage in Tempo.

As a panel member, you'll offer your opinion from time to time on a variety of topics and issues covered in the newspaper.

Sound intriguing? Send an e-mail to tempo@enquirer.com and include your name, age, neighborhood, phone number and your panel preference, then we'll do the rest.

Currently, we are developing the following panels:

• Singles: What's it like to be single in Cincinnati? Are you finding it difficult to find suitable dates? What relationship issues are you facing every day?

• Young professionals: You're the first to wear the latest fashions, listen to the newest CDs, and frequent the hottest clubs. So tell us what the next hot trend will be.

• Health and fitness: What new trends do you want to explore? What health concerns do you have? What fitness trends interest you?

• Parents: Parents who have preschool and grade-school age children have specific concerns and questions.

• Teens: Ages 12-18 to help identify trends in schools, fashion, toys and entertainment.

• Movie buffs: You may be called upon to comment on the latest popular film, or rate theaters for everything from seat comfort to sound.

• Style: If you're wearing the latest styles before the fashion magazines write about them, we want to speak to you.

• Your home is your castle, and you're always looking for ways to spruce it up. We are, too, so you're invited to share your best ideas with our readers.



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