Pick Up The Fork

In the land of beef, wine, and eating disorders, my guide to Argentine good food, not so good food, restaurants and my own creations made from my crappy Buenos Aires kitchen.

2 Responses to “Pick Up The Fork”

  1. Paula Fitzgerald May 12, 2011 at 9:15 am #

    Hello,

    My name is Paula Fitzgerald. I came across your blog at bloggersinargentina.com so I hope you do not mind that I am sending you this message unannounced.

    The reason I am contacting you is that the company I work for, AngloINFO, is looking for English-speaking expats in Argentina, like yourself, to open websites of our franchise in the cities of Buenos Aires, Cordoba and Mendoza.

    AngloINFO is the leading network of expatriate websites in the world. We provide local, English-language information to the expat community in 51 cities around the world. Now we are looking to expand into South America with new websites planned in places like Buenos Aires, Mendoza, Cordoba, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago (and others).

    Having looked at your blog I was wondering if maybe you would be interested in hearing more about the franchising opportunity in your area?

    You can look at our Sao Paulo website to get a better idea of what we do: http://saopaulo.angloinfo.com

    You would be basically running your own website/social media business, which would look just like the Sao Paulo site except it would center around your city.

    If the idea sounds appealing to you and you would like to know more about it, please don’t hesitate to contact me at paula.fitzgerald@angloinfo.com and I’ll happily answer your queries.

    Kind regards,

    Paula Fitzgerald

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