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The Best Nonprofit Taglines of 2008?

June 04, 2008

Our friend Nancy Schwartz, the brains behind the Getting Attention! blog, wants to know what you think.

Place your vote today for the first Getting Attention Nonprofit Tagline Awards. The finalists in the competition have been culled from the more than 1,050 taglines submitted to the recent Getting Attention Tagline Survey. According to Nancy, the organizations behind the taglines have done a fantastic job of putting eight words or less to work building their brands. Now it's your turn to select the best.

Vote today -- it'll only take you five minutes. Polls close Friday, June 20.

-- Mitch Nauffts

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