Thought this might interest some of you.
Super curious why they are saying no iPhone apps can be entered?? Lol what just because a platform finally becomes easy to develop for it becomes disqualified :)
From: AT&T Developer Program [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, 19 September 2008 2:31 PM
To: Dean Collins
Subject: devCentral Alert: Turning passions into reality: AT&T's Fast-Pitch Contest
Have you developed a new wireless application that would be a great enhancement for consumers?* Would you like to win money and industry recognition for your innovation—plus showcase your application to more than 70 million AT&T wireless subscribers? If you're 18 or older and live in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, or Vermont, you can enter the Fast-Pitch 2008 New England Contest for the chance to earn a cash prize and turn your creation into a commercial reality.
Enter by September 30, 2008, at the Fast-Pitch New England Web site.
If you're selected as a finalist, you'll be able to pitch your idea to a panel of AT&T business representatives and industry partners, who will determine the winner.
Want to learn more?Visit the Fast-Pitch New England Web site for contest rules and to learn more about Fast-Pitch 2008 New England.
The first-prize winner will receive:
• One-month placement on AT&T's devCentral and Choice Web sites
• PR coverage
Fast-track review for possible distribution via one of AT&T's wireless application distribution portals.
Two runner-up prizes of $5,000 each will also be awarded. The deadline for entries is coming up fast, so be sure to enter today!
*Note that applications for Apple iPhones are not being solicited for this particular event.
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