And The Winners Are...
The first annual SEEK Blog Contest, sponsored by the Order of Malta Federal Association, was a huge success. We had nearly 100 entries, 8 amazing qualifiers, tens of thousands of page views and thousands of votes for who you thought were the best posts.
Thank you for everyone who entered a post, voted for a participant, left a comment, or read a blog post. You all added to the fun and excitement. And now to cap everything off, we would like to announce this year’s winners.
But, first, there is a small twist. The Order of Malta who decided on the placing of the three winners, felt that two entries were so close that they were both deserving of third place. This year we will have two third place winners who will each receive the full third place prize.
So, now without further ado, here are the four winners of the SEEK 2013 Blog Contest.
Third Place Winners of SEEK 2013 Conference Registration and $500
In a special way, I would like to honor all of our eight qualifiers by recommending that you read their posts if you haven’t already. Each qualifier had a unique perspective and was a great addition to the contest.
Thank again for everyone who is participated. We look forward to having the contest again next year. See you all at SEEK 2013! By the way, if you haven’t registered yet for SEEK 2013, today (October 31st - by 12:00 am PST) is the last day to get early bird pricing. Go here to register.
SEEK 2013 is going to be an amazing experience. Be there!
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And The Winners Are...
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