Work with Me, GMA!
Do you love your job? Do you have a tough job, a dream job or a never-before-seen job to share with the world? Do you want to show the "GMA" team what makes it great, special or unique?
Maybe you're struggling in this difficult economy, and want to show the "GMA" anchors and audience everything you do to make ends meet.
We want to hear your story.
Send us a description of yourself, your job or workplace, and why we should visit you -- in 250 words or fewer -- and if you're chosen, a member of the "GMA" family will stop by and work with you!
• Submitter should be 18 years old or older and a resident of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia at the time of submission. Any individuals (including but not limited to employees, consultants, independent contractors, and interns) who have, within the past six months, performed services for American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. ("ABC"), and its parent, subsidiary, affiliated and successor companies, and immediate family and household members of such individuals, are not eligible to submit. "Immediate family members" shall mean parents, step-parents, children, step-children, siblings, step-siblings, or spouses. "Household members" shall mean people who share the same residence at least three months a year.
• To submit by U.S. Mail, send 250 word, or less, essay on an 8½"x11", or smaller, sheet of paper to:
Work With Me, GMA!
P.O. Box 230233
New York, NY 10023-0004
Be sure to include your name, address, and contact phone number(s) with your essay, this personal contact information does not count toward your 250 word limit. ABC is not responsible for mail that is lost, stolen, late, illegible, incomplete, damaged, mutilated, misdirected, altered, tampered with, or postage-due. Mail-in submissions must be post-marked by Friday, September 17, 2010
• To submit on-line, go to ABCNews.com/GMA nd follow the instructions on how to submit your essay. ABC is not responsible for failed, partial, delayed or garbled computer transmissions, or for technical failures of any kind in connection with submissions or the submission process, including but not limited to electronic malfunction or damage of any network, hardware or software. Electronic submissions must be received by Friday, September, 17, 2010.
• Submissions remain the property of ABC and will not be acknowledged or returned. By submitting an essay, submitter agrees to release American Broadcasting Companies, Inc., its parent, subsidiary, affiliated and successor companies, advertising and promotion agencies and each of their respective officers, directors, agents, representatives and employees, as well as each of their respective successors, representatives and assigns (collectively, the "Released Parties") from any and all actions, claims, injury, loss or damage arising in any manner, directly or indirectly, from participation.
• Submitters authorize the Released Parties to use their name, voice, likeness, biographical data, city and state of residence and entry materials in programming or promotional material, in any media now known or hereafter created or conceived, worldwide in perpetuity, or on a winner's list, if applicable, without further compensation unless prohibited by law. ABC is in no way obligated to use any of the above mentioned information or materials, but may do so and may edit such information or materials, at their sole discretion, without further obligation or compensation.
• By submitting materials, submitter certifies that such materials are original and created by submitter, that submitter has the necessary rights, permission and authority to submit such materials, and, if applicable, that submitter maintains a valid copyright in the materials. Submitters acknowledge that such materials may be included and/or discussed in a broadcast, that such discussion may include statements or opinions by the broadcast talent or others about the submitter, the submitter's appearance and/or the materials, and that those statements and opinions may be considered surprising, embarrassing, defamatory or otherwise offensive or injurious to them. Submitters release the Released Parties from any actions, claims, injury, loss or damage allegedly caused, directly or indirectly, by any such statements or opinions made during a broadcast.