We Have Our 4th Of July Contest Winners!! Probably Not You!!

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Thanks to everyone for the great response to our Fourth of July photo contest.

You went out, you saw, you clicked, you uploaded to our Flickr page.

And two of you won prizes. First place went to allison_b216 who, in addition to taking the winning shot, took the photo to the right.

She'll receive a bottle of wine and a $50 gift card to her chose of Goode Company, Kim Son or Yardbird's.

Second prize went to Red Rooster, and he/she will recieve a $25 gift card to either Lucky's or Frank's Pizza, Rooster's choice.

Click here for a slideshow of the top entries and the winners.

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