April 12, 2012

Source: USDAgov

It’s been a great first year for us at Vitamin T. Getting to work with incredible talent, clients, staff, attending amazing events with our partners, and now, to cap it all off, our site is nominated for a Webby Award!

The New York Times called getting a Webby “the Internet’s highest honor,” and man, do we ever agree. With winners like TechCrunch, Laughing Squid, Twitter, Engadget, and Yelp, this is NOT the Junior Prom.

How happy are we that our buddies over at The Barbarian Group designed the coolest site ever for us? Super happy. (They’re the creative folks behind our super-popular infographics, Aquent’s Internet Online Website, and, along with Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Burger King’s Subservient Chicken.)

And, great news, YOU can vote for us this year in the People’s Voice Award Category.

If you love us (and we hope you do!) please take a moment to vote for us? You have until April 26th, which should allow you plenty of time to get coffee both before AND after.

We promise to repay you with our undying devotion and compelling blog posts for the rest of your natural life.

And if we win, then you can watch our president, Susie Hall get onstage in front of a (virtual) crowd of millions and give a 5-word speech—which is the limit the Webby’s have put on winners so their event doesn’t last as long as, say, the Academy Awards or graduation ceremonies.

So what should you do now?

And, if you have any pitches for our 5-word speech, share them here!

We’re trying to get her to go with, “First, I’d like to thank...”

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