Point & Clique: The 2011 <i>RFT</i> St. Louis Web Awards

Here's to the geeks.

Here's to the guys who spend hours blogging about their obsessions. The gals who tweet their every thought in 140 hilarious characters or less. The citizen photojournalists who share their Flickr'd images with the world.

The RFT Web Awards are for you!

Angela Ortmann a.k.a. The STL Wine Girl, winner of Best Use of Facebook to Promote a Personal Brand.
Jennifer Silverberg
Angela Ortmann a.k.a. The STL Wine Girl, winner of Best Use of Facebook to Promote a Personal Brand.
Josh Bacott and Matt Sebek of Joe Sports Fan, the judges' selection for Best Sports Blog.
Jennifer Silverberg
Josh Bacott and Matt Sebek of Joe Sports Fan, the judges' selection for Best Sports Blog.
Best Sex Blogger Kendra Holliday, The Beautiful Kind to you.
Jennifer Silverberg
Best Sex Blogger Kendra Holliday, The Beautiful Kind to you.
Mike Flynn with his real live kitty which he won't punch. Flynn's Punching Kitty, however, was selected as this year's Best Local Celebrity Web Site.
Jennifer Silverberg
Mike Flynn with his real live kitty which he won't punch. Flynn's Punching Kitty, however, was selected as this year's Best Local Celebrity Web Site.
Ron Waterman, the brains behind the St. Louis Cardinals' "Stand for Stan" campaign, won our Tweet of the Year award.
Jennifer Silverberg
Ron Waterman, the brains behind the St. Louis Cardinals' "Stand for Stan" campaign, won our Tweet of the Year award.
Stephanie Tolle's Iron Stef is the RFT 2011 St. Louis Web Awards' Best Food Blog.
Jennifer Silverberg
Stephanie Tolle's Iron Stef is the RFT 2011 St. Louis Web Awards' Best Food Blog.
Shannon Howard's NoCoSTL.com took the Best Neighborhood Blog honors.
Shannon Howard's NoCoSTL.com took the Best Neighborhood Blog honors.
The IWentToAShow crew goes to shows... laptops in tow. They won Best Music Blog. Way to go!
Jennifer Silverberg
The IWentToAShow crew goes to shows... laptops in tow. They won Best Music Blog. Way to go!

The Internet is no longer the province of the lonely, if it ever was. These days, we're more likely to make friends online than on a neighboring bar stool – and increasingly, the coolest kid in the room may be the biggest geek.

That's why the RFT is honoring the best of the Web for the first time ever this year. St. Louis' bloggers and vloggers aren't just making the Internet a more interesting place; by sharing their thoughts, their photos and (yes) even their status updates, they're building a real community – and St. Louis is better for it.

We received hundreds of nominations for this year's awards, and our able team of citizen judges spent hours combing through them, developing a list of worthy finalists and finally picking winners in 25 categories.

We encourage you to check out their websites, visit their YouTube pages and become a fan on Facebook. All 100-plus finalists have done amazing, interesting work. And isn't it high time you joined the cool kids' clique?


Best Neighborhood Blog

NOCO St. Louis
http://nocostl.com

The Judges Say: What's true of all the nominees other than north county? They're all hip places to live. North county is not — but thanks to nocostl.com, it does have a hip blog. We enjoyed the vast array of posts: This website has everything from architectural reviews to a contest pitting ma-and-pa pizza joints against each other. And it's not just nicely written; it's laid out nicely, too.

Click here to read more on NOCO St. Louis.

Finalists
Cherokee Street News – http://cherokeestreetnews.org
Visit the Loop – http://visittheloop.com
Tower Grove East – http://towergroveeast.org
Downtown St. Louis – http://www.downtownstl.org


Best Music Blog

I Went to a Show
http://iwenttoashow.com

The Judges Say: We like the clean design — it's easy to read and isn't fatiguing on the eyes when looking at a long post. It's easy to find what you're looking for, too. It's great to see the local-centric content, and it's nice that even though there are five distinct points of view here, there's also a unity to the site. It's a fun read.

Click here to read more on I Went to a Show.

Finalists
Speakers in Code – http://www.speakersincode.com
5 Score Pachyderm – http://www.5scorepachyderm.com
KDHX Blog – http://kdhx.org/blog
Music of the Hour – http://musicofthehour.com


Best Sports Blog

JoeSportsFan
http://www.joesportsfan.com

The Judges Say: Joshua Bacott and Matt Sebek are the best one-two sports combo in St. Louis since Jack Buck and Harry Caray. They provide entertaining and humorous commentary on all St. Louis sports — sort of like a Deadspin for the local audience. We especially love the new video segments.

Click here to read more on JoeSportsFan.

Finalists
Viva El Birdos – http://www.vivaelbirdos.com
Frozen Notes – http://frozennotes.com
Inside STL – http://www.insidestl.com/insideSTLcom/STLSports/SportsBlog


Best Personal Blog

Patrick Powers
http://patrickpowers.net

The Judges Say: There's lots of fresh content here; Powers seems to post at least four times each month. And it's great to see him relate social media to an actual topic (higher education) — not just social media for its own sake — and promote organizations and professionals other than himself. This site feels like a St. Louis-based Mashable.

Finalists
A Small Town Girl's Guide – http://www.smalltowngirlsguide.com
The Cubicle Chick – http://www.thecubiclechick.com
Cupcake Project – http://www.cupcakeproject.com
South City Confidential – http://southcityconfidential.com


Best Arts Blog

2 Buildings 1 Blog
http://www.2buildings1blog.org

The Judges Say: This is clearly the best of the blogs that cover arts happenings in town. And the site ups the ante by covering not only events that relate to its sponsoring institutions (the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts and the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis), but other arts events in town, too, particularly in the midtown neighborhood. It's laid out well, updated frequently and easy to read — and you can't beat the fact that it's basically two blogs for the price of one.

Finalists
Saint Louis Art Map – http://www.saintlouisartmap.org
St. Louis Artists' Guild Blogs – http://www.stlouisartistsguild.org/new/blogs-various
Look/Listen – http://www.stlmag.com/Blogs/Look-Listen


Best Food Blog

Iron Stef
http://chairmanstef.blogspot.com

The Judges Say: There's something about the out-of-this-world recipes featured on Stephanie Tolle's blog that make our mouths start salivating. Whether she's combining bacon and bread pudding or putting Tater Tots on pizza, Iron Stef always keeps things interesting. The ingredients, step-by-step instructions and appetizing photos ensure that even novice cooks can achieve a delicious outcome.

Click here to read more on Iron Stef.

Finalists
Andrew Mark Veety – http://www.andrewmarkveety.com
Sounding My Barbaric Gulp! – http://www.barbaricgulp.com
STL Hops – http://stlhops.com
Off the Eaten Path – http://offtheeatenpathstl.com


Best Politics Blog

Fired Up! Missouri
http://www.firedupmissouri.com

The Judges Say: In a state dominated by a Republican legislature and an increasing number of right-wing talk shows and blogs, Fired Up! Missouri often stands as the lone voice of reason, keeping state and federal legislators in check. Sean Nicholson may be the hardest-working blogger in the state, routinely scooping the big dailies on news about Missouri politicians. Moreover, his in-depth reporting has exposed more about campaign finance and billionaire financier Rex Sinquefield than any other news source.

Finalists
STL Today Political Fix – http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/political-fix
John Combest – http://www.johncombest.com
St. Louis Beacon – http://www.stlbeacon.org/issues-politics


Best Local Activism Blog

Urban Review STL
http://urbanreviewstl.com

The Judges Say: Steve Patterson works diligently to make St. Louis a better place, whether by addressing the city's lack of curb cuts for the disabled, championing public transit and bicycling options, comparing the city's downtown grocers to those in other major cities or chronicling the bars that are not in compliance with the city's smoking ban. He works hard at gauging the opinions of his readers through polls, and he encourages them to get involved by publishing information about public meetings and urging them to vote.

Finalists
St. Louis Activist Hub – http://stlactivisthub.blogspot.com
St. Louis Volunteen – http://www.stlouisvolunteen.com
Slow Food St. Louis – http://www.slowfoodstl.org
Preservation Research – http://preservationresearch.com
NextStop STL – http://www.nextstopstl.org
Show Me No Hate – http://showmenohate.blogspot.com


Best Flickr Pool

tjl photography/Tom Lampe
http://www.flickr.com/people/tom_lampe_photography

The Judges Say: To see why we picked this one as the winner, just look at his work! It's wonderful. Tom Lampe covers well-known and obscure events alike — and brings his unique perspective to both.

Finalists
Bob Crowe – http://www.flickr.com/people/bobcrowe
Louis Kwok – http://www.flickr.com/people/lhkwok
Peat Wollaeger – http://www.flickr.com/people/stensoul
Steven Fitzpatrick Smith – http://www.flickr.com/people/12301761@N00


Best Use of Video in Entertainment

Lo-Fi Saint Louis
http://lofistl.com

The Judges Say: Bill Streeter makes the real St. Louisans he profiles seem larger than life; on this site, even the guy parked on the bar stool next to you somehow seems worthy of fame. There's a seamless style to the videos at Lo-Fi Saint Louis that echoes the look and feel of the website. In addition to the fantastic picture quality, the lightboxed videos help keep your place should you watch too many in one sitting.

Click here for "Sweet and Lo-Fi," the RFT's 2006 feature profile of Bill Streeter.

Finalists
Living St. Louis – http://livingstlouis.wordpress.com
ToastedRav – http://www.toastedrav.com
The Rise to the Top – http://www.therisetothetop.com
Camping Gear TV – http://campinggeartv.com


Best Use of Video in Food Blogging

Scott Roberts
http://www.scottrobertsweb.com/weeklyfirecast

The Judges Say: When it comes to food, some like it hot — and some like it Scott Roberts hot. If you have a thing for spicy chiles and delicious barbecue, the Weekly Firecast is for you. Roberts' spoonful taste-test reviews provide an honest, real-time reaction to some of the world's hottest sauces. We love the passion he brings to his niche corner of the food world.

Finalists
Let's Dish – http://www.stlmag.com/St-Louis-Magazine/Food/Lets-Dish


Best Use of Twitter to Promote a Business/ Organization

Charter Communications
@Charter

The Judges Say: With super-quick response time and an empowered customer-service team, Charter goes above and beyond for its social-media savvy customers. The staff monitoring Twitter doesn't just solve problems for anyone whose tweets mention "charter" or "@charter" — they actually follow up afterward to make sure everything has worked out.

Finalists
Saint Louis Science Center T-Rex – @SLSC
STL Metro Transit – @STLMetro
Pi Pizza Truck – @PiTruckSTL
Schlafly Beer – @Schlafly


Best Use of Twitter to Promote a Personal Brand

David Garland
@TheRiseToTheTop

The Judges Say: 2010 was a busy year for video blogger/entrepreneur/author David Siteman Garland — yet he's still found the time to amass 27,000 Twitter followers. Even when limited to 140 characters, Garland manages to mix witty banter and industry ideas into a pleasant stream. He calls himself "The #1 Non-Boring Resource For Building Your Business Smarter, Faster, Cheaper." And in his case, that's not even hyperbole.

Finalists
Claire McCaskill – @clairecmc
Dana Loesch – @DLoesch
Danielle Hohmeier – @daniellesmyname
Michael Tomko – @michaeltomko


Best Use of Facebook to Promote a Business

Cranky Yellow
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cranky-Yellow/27298581605

The Judges Say: More than 1,300 people are fans of Cranky Yellow on Facebook, and after reading proprietor David Wolk's witty status updates, it's not hard to see why. There's much to smile at here, and there's so much interaction with the store's fans, you'll actually see them posting pictures on Cranky Yellow's wall. The photo albums, too, are a marvel. If the album "Things We Sell" doesn't make you want to stop by and browse, you clearly lack of an appreciation for Cranky Yellow's special brand of whimsy.

Finalists
Left Bank Books – http://www.facebook.com/LeftBankBooks.STL
Star Clipper – http://www.facebook.com/pages /Star-Clipper/275545919005
The Royale – http://www.facebook.com/royalestl
Foam Coffee and Beer – http://www.facebook.com/FoamCoffeeandBeer


Best Use of Facebook to Promote a Personal Brand

Angela Ortmann
http://www.facebook.com/STLwinegirl

The Judges Say: The STL Wine Girl does a great job of staying focused on her brand, even while interacting with her fans. There's a good balance of informative posts as well as personal, conversational status updates and a solid collection of photo albums. Ortmann also does a great job linking her Facebook page to her website and other social-media outlets.

Click here to read more on the STL Wine Girl.

Finalists
Beth Bombara – http://www.facebook.com/pages/Beth-Bombara/191891043114
David Sheets – http://www.facebook.com/david.sheets
Steve Ewing – http://www.facebook.com /profile.php?id=502626235
Bill Chott – http://www.facebook.com/theimprovtrick


Best Locally Built iPhone App

PocketBooth
http://projectbox.com/pocketbooth

The Judges Say: Part of a popular trend in photo apps, PocketBooth helps users to create stylized retro images, with strips of four sequential shots. It's a fun app that's both well designed and well built, making it easy to share photos on Twitter, Flickr and Facebook.

Finalists
Metro STL – http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/metro-stl/id385156722
Aisle411 – http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/aisle411/id394218369
Schlafly Beer – http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/schlafly-beer/id366578488


Best Local Celebrity Site

Punching Kitty
http://punchingkitty.com

The Judges Say: This is the only nominee that has daily updates and includes "celebrities" with some kind of tie to St. Louis. Its post about KMOV-TV (Channel 4) morning news anchor Virginia Kerr tweeting her birth was one of the funniest reads of the year. Author Mike Flynn has a deliciously cynical sense of humor. He's a truly prolific and creative blogger who does it all, amazingly, in his spare time.

Finalists
ReviewSTL Celebrity Gossip – http://www.reviewstl.com/category/off-the-wall/celebrity-gossip
ToastedRav – http://www.toastedrav.com


Best Sex Blog

The Beautiful Kind
http://thebeautifulkind.com

The Judges Say: St. Louis mom Kendra Holliday "came out of the closet" last year, revealing herself as the sex blogger the Beautiful Kind. And while she's suffered for her revelation — her ex is now trying to change their child-custody agreement — her blog is better than ever. Holliday has a huge, devoted readership, and we can't help but admire how hilariously blunt she is. She got us feeling all hot and bothered, even as she provided an always-useful reminder that women who love sex aren't whores.

Click here to read "NSFW," RFT's feature on The Beautiful Kind.

Finalists
Sex Positive St. Louis – http://sexstl.com


Best Start-Up

Saint Louis Coworking
http://theshellbuilding.com/saint-louis-coworking

The Judges Say: The guys behind Saint Louis Coworking have done a lot in just five months: They've rented out tons of coworking space, hosted their own events and enlisted a virtual army of ambassadors to help promote their brand. We love their frequent Twitter posts, too.

Finalists
Appistry – http://www.appistry.com
Mom's Originals – http://www.momsoriginals.com
Aisle411 – http://aisle411.com
Whiz-Tech Technology Café – http://www.whiz-tech.net


Best Club Site

The Luminary
http://theluminaryarts.com

The Judges Say: The Luminary Arts has one of the most functional venue websites in St. Louis. While it's not the flashiest site, it works well, which from a reader's perspective is the most important thing. It's readable, clean and frequently updated. What more do you want?

Finalists
The Pageant – http://www.thepageant.com
The Firebird – http://www.firebirdstl.com
Pop's Nightclub & Concert Venue – http://www.popsrocks.com


Best Restaurant Site

Crave the Cup
http://www.cravethecup.com

The Judges Say: From the moment you hit the Cup's website, you're bombarded with beautiful images of delicious cupcakes. The warm feelings continue as you notice the site's friendly usability. The Cup offers an amazing wealth of information, from the cupcake alert banner to the detailed availability calendar for each cupcake. Top it off with a sturdy social-media presence, and you have hands-down the best restaurant website in St. Louis.

Finalists
Latitude 26 Tex Mex – http://latitude26texmex.com
Pi Pizzeria – http://www.restaurantpi.com
Cheese-ology – http://www.cheese-ology.com
The Royale – http://www.theroyale.com


Best Twitterer

Chris Reimer
@RizzoTees

The Judges Say: Seriously, does this guy ever work? He's always tweeting! But 47,000 followers can't be wrong — and Chris Reimer is, in fact, funny as hell. His tweets mix marketing with the personal; he also does a great job of promoting other local entrepreneurs and making sure his followers feel appreciated.

Finalists
Nelly – @Nelly_Mo
Mayor Slay – @MayorSlay
Todd Randall Jordan – @Tojosan
Melody Meiners – @CosmosGirl


Tweet of the Year

@CardsInsider: Redbirds start the Stand for Stan campaign
"#Cardinals begin campaign to honor Stan Musial: http://tinyurl.com/24fr3lw Watch daily photo tweets of fans Standing for Stan #standforstan"

The Judges Say: This campaign embodies the power of Twitter. It's a perfect example of how to harness new media to get people excited, develop media buzz and make something happen — in this case, getting a Presidential Medal of Freedom awarded to Cardinals great Stan Musial. It goes without saying, of course, that Twitter couldn't have found a more worthy man to celebrate.

Click here to read more about the Tweet of the year.

Finalists
@LadyGaga – Lady Gaga vs. the Westboro Baptist Church: "Tonight love and hate met in St. Louis. And love outnumbered the hate, in poetic thousands. Hate left. But love stayed. + Together, we sang."
@doctorfollowill – Kings of Leon and the infamous pigeon shit: "So sorry St. Louis. We had to bail, pigeons shitting in jareds mouth. Too unsanitary to continue."
@RobRains – Globe-Democrat story breaks online: "Important announcement: The sports staff at Globe-Democrat.com has resigned, effective July 21, to pursue other opportunities(more)"


Video of the Year

Aquabats Stage-diving Kids
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gf1zPWz-s4o

The Judges Say: This is a perfect example of a video destined for YouTube stardom — you're at a public event, and something awesome goes down, something that people would never believe if you didn't have the video to prove it. In this case, it was little kids getting hurled into the crowd at an Aquabats concert for a lesson in stage diving. It sounds irresponsible at best, but when you watch the video, mostly what you see is the great sense of community here: Everyone in the St. Louis crowd comes together like a big family. The video is both simple and outlandish at the same time — and it will absolutely make you wish you were at that concert.

Finalists
Star Clipper's Walking Dead Commercial – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sS0nHX0VECE
Corle 2 Da's So St. Louis – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jBhcH-LS64
The Other Guys Premiere Poll Winner Announced – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1AH1Jq7At0


Best-Designed Site

Downtown St. Louis
http://www.downtownstl.org

The Judges Say: Natives may complain that St. Louis isn't an "exciting" city. But this site makes St. Louis look like it's bursting with culture, arts and music — with a bustling downtown packed with cool local businesses and great places to live. We love the clean navigation and engaging content, with a color scheme that echoes the look of printed materials from the Downtown St. Louis Partnership and the Gateway Mall. Even the haters would have a hard time not being impressed with this site.

Finalists
Coolfire Media – http://www.coolfiremedia.com
TOKY – http://www.toky.com
Music of the Hour – http://musicofthehour.com
Via Dove – http://www.viadove.com


Meet the Judges

An award-winning producer, Web designer, graphic artist and photographer, Bill Streeter is also an occasional contributor to Riverfront Times. He created the music/culture podcast Lo-Fi Saint Louis, which won a Vloggie, was nominated for a Streamy and (full disclosure) is taking first place for Best Use of Video in Entertainment at this year's Point & Clique Awards. A Chicago native who moved here in the wake of the 2001 dot-com crash and has yet to look back, Streeter is currently producing a feature-length film, Brick by Chance and Fortune. You can find him at www.billstreeter.net or follow him on Twitter @billstreeter.

Josh Kocurek lives his life as a 100 percent digital dude. Geek cred on his sleeve, Kocurek works as an associate brand manager at the experiential marketing agency Switch. (He describes his job as a mix of "lurking on social networks and putting new ideas in motion.") A lover of indie rock and electronica, Kocurek spends his free time playing video games, honing his tennis skills and belting out '90s pop at karaoke nights. He has a weakness for sushi and exotic teas and is currently trying to kick a nasty Angry Birds addiction. You can check out Kocurek's personal website, www.JoshKocurek.com, or find him on Twitter @joshkocurek.

In the past decade alone, Michael Tomko has programmed and promoted a college radio station, managed recording studios in both St. Louis and New Orleans, wrote for national publications and blogs, toured the country as a musician, managed channel-partner programs for some of the world's largest software companies and produced music festivals and events. You can find him on Twitter @michaeltomko or check out his blog, DoYouReallyWantToHurt.Me. Disclosure: Tomko has been chief technology officer at the social-media firm Scorch, which works with clients including Rizzo Tees, Whiz-Tech Technology Café and Latitude 26. He is also the founder of Saint Louis Coworking.

Elizabeth Liebel is the marketing director for Auctori, "a multilingual, global content management system." Prior to that gig, she was social-media coordinator at a large marketing firm in St. Louis. She lists Seth Godin, Jay Baer, Amber Naslund and Scott Stratten as her current marketing-celebrity crushes/creepy obsessions. You can find Liebel via her website, www.stl-socialmedia.com/Personal; her Twitter feed, @STLScialMedia; or, on weekends, tearing up the dance floor.

As the RFT's Web editor, Will Melton produces and promotes content for our website — which he assures us is infinitely more amusing than his previous job working on viral-marketing campaigns for the Will Ferrell-owned FunnyorDie.com. Melton is a long-time blogger and podcaster who's written most recently for www.fusedfilm.com. He lectures about social media at local universities and has spoken to the World Affairs Council. You can follow him on Twitter @riverfronttimes.com (for his work-related tweets) or @projectmelton (for his real-life obsessions).

After four years as a Riverfront Times staff writer, Chad Garrison took over the paper's news blog, Daily RFT, in 2009 and currently leads a team of journalists as it breaks news, files reports on local crime and even publishes the occasional bit of snark. Garrison has been a staff writer at the St. Louis Business Journal and a freelance arts-and-entertainment writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, as well as a copy editor for the Warsaw Business Journal in Poland. You can follow him on Twitter @chadgarrison or become a fan of Daily RFT on Facebook.

Point & Clique Disclosure: The social-media gurus who agreed to serve as this year's judges are, in some cases, associated with projects or companies receiving awards. They recused themselves from judging the categories in question.

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16 comments
Sammy Ming
Sammy Ming

the best blog i've seen come out of st. louis is an awareness blog called www.eyeswideblind.com. Very large following, I actually didn't know the staff was located in st. louis until recently.

Jeff_C13
Jeff_C13

Why oh why hasn't BuenoJoe.com been nominated. I sure hope they get some recognition in the next awards show

JJazz
JJazz

Virginia Kerr how do you feel about Kent Ehrhardt making sexually explicit comments about your attire? And what does your very attractive young husband feel about it.

Bruce Kyle
Bruce Kyle

wow thanks alot for the award guys very dissapointed I didnt get to go

Ross PR
Ross PR

So happy for all of you that won and were mentioned. Thanks@RiverfrontTimes for doing this. So just in case I missed anyone in my tweets Congrats

theobell
theobell

I hate that I missed the event! Congrats to everyone but especially my bros @rizzotees and @therisetothetop

ugh...
ugh...

Why didn't the RFT nominated showmedaily.org as a candidate for best political blog? The blog has frequent discussions of Missouri and St. Louis policy that go into much more detail and analysis than anything else nominated.

Tho, I don't understand how anything beat out Political Fix... That blog breaks news, whereas Fired Up! incoherently reacts to Political Fix's news updates and other independent reporting.

lisa mueller
lisa mueller

William. I ca't make it tonite now! My cousin Ashley Flinn would love to go. She's in the biz. Plus one. I won the tix today via FB. Back to the rough day, Lisa Mueller

lisa mueller
lisa mueller

This msg is for William. I am unable to come tonite. I won the tix via FB. Lisa Mueller. My cuz would love to have them. Ashley Flinn, plus one. She's in the music biz too. FB msg me back if u get this. Thanks a million. Now back to a rough day..

Seanebryant
Seanebryant

Props to Adam Shriver and St. Louis Activist Hub; my source for progressive discourse in St. Louis...

Mary Kathleen Crowley
Mary Kathleen Crowley

Thank you RFT for acknowledging some of St. Louis's best at what they love. You help keep St. Louis fresh and alive. All reports of the "death of St. Louis" pale in the people you have recognized. They have a zest and a feel for the topical. Thanks again.

Chris @ Rizzo Tees
Chris @ Rizzo Tees

Wow. WOW! Thank you judges, thank you RFT, thank you to my peeps at Scorch, and big thank yous to Falk Harrison for bringing me on. In the interests of full disclosure, Falk Harrison will be taking away my Internet access to ensure I get work done while on site. But I am taking steps to mitigate...... Hello Clear 4G Personal Hotspot! BWOOOHAAAHAAAHAAAAA!

David Siteman Garland
David Siteman Garland

An honor to take home an award! Looking forward to the event tomorrow night.

 
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