New Zealand High Commission Ottawa, Canada

FIFA 2010 World Cup Forum on the Toronto Star’s Website

Below is a letter sent to KEA members looking for New Zealanders wanting to promote the All Whites on the Toronto Star's website.

Hello KEA,

I am setting up a World Cup forum on the Toronto Star’s website for 32 bloggers to follow the 32 teams, the action, the street parties and anything else World Cup related in Toronto.

Are there any super football fans wishing to promote New Zealand on the Star’s website?

Like any blog, the rules are informal. No payments are involved. The idea would be to blog about 300 words at a time, or less, or more, or maybe post a photo — maybe a couple of times a day if a lot is happening, or maybe once every two or three days. We would start in early June. A blogger might drop out when his or her team is eliminated, or not.

Please spread the word.

Thanks and best regards,

John Goddard

Toronto Star,

5th Floor, Editorial,

One Yonge St.

TorontoON M5E 1E6

Phone: 416-869-4231

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