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announcing: the design aglow winners' circle

Design Aglow's week of epic giveaways, celebrating the launch of our new website, has come to an end. While we wish we had the giving power of Oprah (“You get a car! You get a car! You get a car!”), Rafflecopter could only select a few random recipients for our awesome prizes.

Here are the winners:

A $500 Gift Certificate from ProDPI: Leila Wylie

A $500 Gift Certificate from The Define School: Brittany Chasteen

A One Year Business Plan from Squarespace: Kari Lewis and Vanessa Fukuyama

An iPad Mini with App from Preveal: Orimadegun Taiwo

A Dark Truffle Leather Brixton Bag and Presidio Strap from ONA: Aurora Lampson

A $500 Gift Certificate from Finao: Nancy Steele

Why the sad face? We'll be giving away some more great swag soon. Make sure you like us on Facebook and join our exclusive email list so that you're the first to know.




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