David (Dave) King first entered the world of motoring editorial and advertorial in September 2002. For the past 14 years he’s been employed at one of the UK’s leading motoring media agencies, supplying local newspapers around the country with motoring-related features and advertising editorials, known in the trade as advertorials.
He enjoyed the 14 years with his ex-employer but with AutoDrive UK Motor Promotions, he’s now branched out on his own to provide motoring content and ‘advertorial’ for local media and the automotive trade.
His own projects have included B2C and B2B projects for businesses large and small, customer and in-house staff newsletters for a major prestige automotive retailing group based in the South of England, website content for a large accident repair centre in Surrey and press releases for both new and used car retailers and local garages.
Dave enjoys an excellent relationship with his customers past and present and has an enviable track record known throughout the local media sector for getting the job done, and done well, to the complete satisfaction of all concerned! His expertise covers the fields of print and web media, and he’s always been determined to ensure that his customers are happily satisfied.
Whatever the tasks that need to be undertaken, Dave ensures that the work involved is always of the highest quality, delivered on time and provided at very competitive cost.
Dave is also the Motoring Correspondent for a radio station in Surrey and has contributed to programmes on a commercial radio station that broadcasts along the Sussex Coast.
He’s found himself on Meridian Motoring, a programme hosted by Graham Roche-Moteul aired on East Grinstead’s community radio station, Meridian FM 107. He also provides monthly motoring bulletins for East Surrey Hospital’s award-winning Radio Redhill.
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