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Washington Post launches voting for D.C.’s Top Tweeps 2010: The best of local social media

The Washington Post has launched a "D.C.’s Top Tweeps 2010" initiative. You can go to http://goo.gl/SZbjc and nominate your favorite tweeps ( Twitter people) in the categories: Favorite blogger, food truck, foodie, entrepreneur, fashionista, govertment agency, local business, nightlife insider, political wonk, restaurateur, social butterfly, social media geek .

The campaign has it's own hastag #dctweeps and I heard about it first when Lisa Byrne @dceventjunkie nominated me

CategoryNomineeTwitterWebsiteNominated by
Favorite social media geekShashib Bellamkonda@Shashibhttp://www.carryoncurry.comLisa Byrne
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Washington Post will have a lot of mentions with this campaign and I hope the best folks win. Please go and nominate folks here http://goo.gl/SZbjc Winners will be announced Jan 3rd.

Shameless promotion : Hope you will cast a vote for me :)

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