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'''[[SAS_TShirt_Contest|SAS T-Shirt Contest voting now open!]]'''  You submitted your designs&#8212;now vote on your favorite.
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'''[[SAS_TShirt_Contest|And the winner is . . .]]'''  Check back on '''February 8th''' to see who won!
<p>The design receiving the most votes via sasCommunity.org during the voting period will be declared the winner. The winning design will be produced on a limited number of t-shirts to be distributed at the 2010 SAS Global Forum event.  Voting closes February 5<sup>th</sup>.</p></td><td valign="top">&nbsp;</td></tr>
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<p>'''[[SAS_Global_Forum_Ideas|Give us your ideas!]]'''  SAS Global Forum planners are looking for ideas for what you'd like to '''see, hear and do''' at future SAS Global Forum Events. The committee plans five years in advance so '''start now''' by '''[[SAS_Global_Forum_Ideas|listing and discussing your ideas]]'''. </p>
 
<p>'''[[SAS_Global_Forum_Ideas|Give us your ideas!]]'''  SAS Global Forum planners are looking for ideas for what you'd like to '''see, hear and do''' at future SAS Global Forum Events. The committee plans five years in advance so '''start now''' by '''[[SAS_Global_Forum_Ideas|listing and discussing your ideas]]'''. </p>

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Click here to vote for your favorite T-Shirt design

And the winner is . . . Check back on February 8th to see who won!

The design receiving the most votes via sasCommunity.org during the voting period will be declared the winner. The winning design will be produced on a limited number of t-shirts to be distributed at the 2010 SAS Global Forum event.

 
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