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Would your nonprofit or small business like a free booth in the 2013 Netroots Nation Community and Exhibit Hall in San Jose, CA? Then enter the Netroots Nation "Grab a Booth" contest!

In an effort to bring in new community organizations that might have fewer resources, Netroots Nation will offer six free booths in this year's Hall. The top three vote-getters in the online contest will automatically get a booth in the Hall. The rest of the entrants will go through a second round in which a panel of judges will decide, based on merit, which three entrants will receive the last three spots.

And to sweeten the deal, the top three vote-getters will also receive two comped registrations each to Netroots Nation.

"How do I enter?" Oh I'm glad you asked. More details and rules below.

•    Non-profit c3 and c4 organizations and qualified small businesses who have never exhibited at YearlyKos/Netroots Nation are eligible to enter this contest to win a free booth at the 2013 Netroots Nation in San Jose, CA.
•    Qualified organizations will submit their entry online. Entries will be allowed within a two week period starting Monday, February 11th and ending Monday, February 25th.
•    Next, get your supporters to start voting for you! Voting will take place online with the general public between Tuesday, February 26th and Tuesday, March 12th. A Facebook “like” button will be used to vote for entrants.
•    All winners will be announced no later than Monday, March 19th.
•    Winners will be responsible for any additional booth charges incurred such as electricity or material handling.

With almost 3,000 people attending Netroots Nation every year as well as the growing popularity of our bustling Community and Exhibit Hall, this is a great chance for your group or company to get in front of engaged progressives from throughout the country.


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