Tulsa: October 2010 Archives

tulseys_logo_head.pngThe third annual Tulseys are coming up on November 18, and voting is underway. Anyone can vote. (I'm not sure when it ends.)

Someone (I don't know who) nominated me this year for the interactive category. I'm surprised and honored to be named in such impressive company. The 2009 winner was Natasha Ball of Tasha Does Tulsa.

Interactive is one of the largest categories with eight nominees. It's aimed at "[r]ecognizing an entrepreneur involved in designing, building, managing, maintaining, marketing, promoting Websites, Interactive Advertising, Interactive Games, Online Film & Video, and Mobile content for business, consumer or general audiences." The other nominees are Michael Mason of This Land Press, Matt Galloway of Architactile, Cheryl Lawson of Party Aficionado, James Millaway of Carpe Consiliatum, Gerald Buckley of Grocio.com, Ryan Phillips of Phillips360, and Sarah Roe of MoneySavingQueen.com.

From the "About" page:

We recognize the vital importance of entrepreneurs to influence our quality of life, impact Tulsa's economic strength and inspire us to reach for something more. The Tulseys is designed to engage the Tulsa Metro region in a publicly nominated and voted on entrepreneurial awards celebration.

We are looking for entrepreneurial visionaries, game changers and rule breakers.
The third annual Tulsey Awards will recognize the heroes, pioneers and innovators of the Tulsa Metro region....

On November 18, 2010, The Tulseys will recognize and celebrate ten inspirational Tulsa entrepreneurs, along with a special appearance from the winner of the 2010 SpiritBank/Tulsa Community College Entrepreneurial Spirit Award, at the world-famous Cain's Ballroom. The Tulseys awards celebration is the climax event of the 2010 Tulsa Global Entrepreneurship Week. You will not want to miss this MTV Music- and Webby Awards-inspired celebration. Plan to attend this public event on November 18, 2010, from 7-11 p.m. There is no cost to attend.

Nominees were asked to provide responses to several questions; about half did so. You can read some of my answers on the voting page when you click my name. For posterity, you can see all of my answers (with the questions that prompted them) on the jump page here.

I hope you'll click through and click the names on the ballot. You'll learn about some interesting Tulsans engaged in innovative pursuits. (And if you choose to vote for me, thank you very much for the honor.)

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