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Quint Turner

Writer: Marketing / Big Data / Sports / Humor / Games

Location icon United States of America

Quick. Efficient. Funny.

I've written the book on how to be a teenage sports journalist--literally! Thanks to my journalistic background, I was able to learn how to craft quality content quickly. I applied these skills to producing thought-leading B2B content in the big data field as a writer for Soteryx and TDWI. But despite all the professional work, I haven't forgotten how to have fun--I love to write comedy, and have had it published in the only satirical newspaper in Saratoga Springs: the Skidmo' Daily. No matter the subject or the audience, I can write accurate, humorous, thought-leading content.

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Writing Examples

The Skidmo' Daily
Skidmore Missed Connections

By Quint Turner The students of Skidmore lovehookup culture, but sometimes the two lines fail to connect. Below are a few of the most recent cases of missed connections: -You: Wearing headphones and taking a selfie while walking; Me: Suave gentleman; I held the door to D-Hall open for you, you did not say "thank...

My Edmonds News
Baseball: Miscues hurt Mavericks in 9-0 loss to Shorewood - My Edmonds News

T he Shorewood T-Birds bounced back after losing their first game of the season last Wednesday by beating the Meadowdale Mavericks 9-0 in high school baseball action Tuesday. The Thunderbirds managed to score three runs (one unearned) off Mavs' starter Matt Hill despite getting just two hits (the result of five hit batters and two errors).

The Maverick Newspaper
Pole Position

An article featuring the first female pole vaulters at Meadowdale High School in nine years.