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Duct Tape Marketing t-shirt design contest – win a nano!

Duct Tape Marketing t-shirt design contest – win a nano!

By John Jantsch

I know this isn’t the most original idea on the planet, but I just felt it was time to create some Duct Tape Marketing t-shirts. I know that I have lots of very talented designer types that read this blog and my newsletter, so I thought, let’s hold a contest.

The whole Duct Tape thing offers lots of opportunity for creative designs. I’m looking for clever sayings (Got Duct Tape?) or witty designs that capture the entrepreneurial spirit (Carpe Duct Tape!) of the Duct Tape Marketing brand and the typical small business owner.

I am using my recently announced group of Duct Tape Marketing Authorized Coaches to pick three winners. On top of the fame that each will receive the grand prize winner will also receive a 4GB iPod nano. Two runners up will receive a copy of the wonderful book The Zen of CSS Design : Visual Enlightenment for the Web by Dave Shea, Molly E. Holzschlag.

Visit the t-shirt contest page to get the details and ground rules. Pass the word to any designer types you know by clicking on the email this post to a friend link at the bottom of the post.

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