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The Leading Lights Return

Phil Harvey
4/28/2010

11:10 AM -- Light Reading's Leading Lights Awards program will return to New York City during the first week of November.

The awards program is completely free to enter and any company in the communications space is eligible. We'll start accepting awards entries this summer.

Keep checking www.lightreading.com/leadinglights for contest details. There is also a link there for you to get on our notification list, so you can be among the first told when the entry form goes live and when we have other Leading Lights-related news to share.

— Phil Harvey, Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading

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DCITDave
DCITDave
12/5/2012 | 4:38:06 PM
re: The Leading Lights Return
yes. I'll be there to keep you in line. Now you need to find someone to keep me in line.
digits
digits
12/5/2012 | 4:38:06 PM
re: The Leading Lights Return


Dear Phil


Please can I come to the winners' party? I promise to behave (sort of).


Ray 

paolo.franzoi
paolo.franzoi
12/5/2012 | 4:38:05 PM
re: The Leading Lights Return


Given that I don't drink alcohol and am a lot bigger than Phil, I volunteer.


seven

DCITDave
DCITDave
12/5/2012 | 4:38:04 PM
re: The Leading Lights Return
dang it.
digits
digits
12/5/2012 | 4:37:59 PM
re: The Leading Lights Return


OK, so brookseven is volunteering to be the bouncer for the awards event AND THEN get the cabs to the karaoke bar... brave call!

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