Cottonmouth Anthology nominated for The Thousands Awards

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Hurray! Danielle Marsland from SixThousand sent us this:

Congratulations! Your project Cottonmouth has been chosen as the READ nominee for Perth in the The Thousands Awards!

The Thousands Awards is an online program that acknowledges talented local people, places and groups we believe are doing great things in each Australian city. Selecting these nominees has been a dental-grade headache. We come into contact with some scary talent each week - and whittling that down to one nominee per city is basically DIY molar extraction. But we did it  - and you're it.

If you get the most votes overall, you get $1000 towards your company (plus a really neat trophy and endless media acclaim!) Voters can win the same amount just by voting, too - so make sure you get all your friends involved and post the link on your websites and Facebooks. The Awards voting site is now live, featuring profiles on all the nominees in each state -

http://www.thethousands.com.au/awards

Voting closes on April 18, with winners announced on April 21.

Well done again, and good luck to you!

We're pretty chuffed to be held up alongside some pretty fabulous publications.

Help us out and go vote!


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