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Ascendancy Awards for Business
At w2wlink.com you can participate now in the first ever Ascendancy Awards for Business Women. Awards go to outstanding women who have "ascended" to achieve and innovate in Corporate, Entrepreneurial and Transition to Transformation settings. National and category winners will be recognized for their accomplishments and win valuable prizes. Click the related article link below to view our 2009 winners! Look for more information here on winners and their inspirational quotes in the coming months.
Nominations are being accepted through January 2010 for winners in eight cities and an additional “anyone from anywhere” category. Cities: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, New York City, San Francisco, Washington D.C. Three National winners from the 27 winners will be selected by an executive women advisory board.
Click the related article link below to find out more about the Ascendancy Awards, or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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