By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 28, 2006
Do people hear your voice on their commute getting from place to place? If your pipes are featured in the transportation industry, we want to hear from you!
"Doors Open", "Doors Closing", "Ground floor, going up", "Turn left at the next intersection", "Don't forget to buckle up", "Estimated time of arrival is 4 p.m. Eastern Standard Time"...
Do those lines look familiar?
If you've been the voice heard in elevators, GPS systems, in-flight videos, on trains, and public-transit such as on buses or subways we want to hear your story.
Guiding people through the wilderness of transportation is an extremely important job, and somebody's (or literally thousands of somebodies) got to do it!
Share you tales of transport talk with us at the VOX Daily blog by leaving a comment.
You might just make the news...
StephanieRelated Topics: GPS, industry
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