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Help VisitNH Get a Shorty Award

Hey Folks,
     Was hoping that the economic development community and fans of the No Bull Business Blog could please get behind an effort involving our colleagues from the NH Division of Travel & Tourism Development (DTTD). My DTTD counterpart Tai Freligh has all of the details here:

shorty-awardHey everybody!  Want to help us win a Shorty Travel Industry Award for our social media work?  We need to get at least a 100 votes/nominations by the end of January to be included in the top six for the category at this point, but that number could change so we need to blitz this thing!  Tell everybody you know who tweets… 

Simply tweet “I nominate @VisitNH for a Shorty Award in #travel because…(enter why)” and you can help NH Tourism get recognized as one of the Year’s Best Travel Accounts on Twitter. 

Votes must have a reason after “because…” or they won’t count! Only one vote per Twitter account! 

There’s only 6 days left and the top 6 vote getters win a Shorty!  Nominations run through the end of January 2011. 

Check our profile here: http://www.shortyawards.com/VisitNH.  You can also submit a tweet right on that page. 

The Shorty Awards are a worldwide effort to engage hundreds of thousands of Twitter users to identify the best people and organizations on Twitter, culminating in a blockbuster ceremony in New York City.  The community is invited to nominate Twitter users for excellence over the past year. Each award recognizes each content creator’s entire body of work, not just an individual tweet. Nominations are made by sending a tweet, whether it’s through www.shortyawards.com or on Twitter. 

In February, the nominees will be narrowed down to six finalists in each category. Winners will be determined by a combination of popular vote and by the members of the Real-Time Academy of Short Form Arts & Sciences. An awards ceremony, complete with 140-character acceptance speeches, will be held in March in New York City. 

Please help support the state’s tourism economy!!

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