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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Announcing Our Newest Contest: The Hottest 2,000 Under 40!

Posted By on Wed, Jul 20, 2011 at 6:36 PM

We're giving you a chance to finally be a winner!
  • We're giving you a chance to finally be a winner!
A big congrats to Beth Spotswood, local media maven, very funny writer, and well-deserving winner of 7x7's Hot 20 Under 40 Readers' Choice Award. Watching all the excitement as people wrangled for votes, we couldn't help but get a little jealous. After all, we'd love for people to be competing for SF Weekly to bestow the title of Hottest on them.

But, let's face facts. Compared to SF Weekly, 7x7 editors are better looking, better educated, and better smelling. (We snapped an iPhone pic of the newsroom to illustrate our point.) In fact, the only thing we do have over them is that, at least according to Quantcast data, SF Weekly has more web readers than 7x7. So, with that in mind, we're announcing SF Weekly's Hottest 2,000 Under 40 contest.

We'll going to randomly select 2,000 of the people who like us on Facebook, run 'em through a randomizer, and pick one of them to get some SF Weekly swag. But, all 2,000 of them will be named in SF Weekly's Hottest 2,000 Under 40, with all the attendant honor and glory  that entails. You'll even get this plaque*!


Get the word out** and vote now***! Statistically speaking, it's likely that you are nominated!

* You will not get a plaque.
** Do not get the word out.
*** There is no way for you to vote.

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