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Total Transcript Solution Blog Contest Winner!!

We had such an AMAZING response to our blog contest.  As you might recall, our contest question was:

"How will creating an AMAZING transcript
help my child achieve their dreams?"

We had over 60 responses and they ranged from over-the-top creative to matter-of-fact statements.  All were heartfelt and sincere.  After much deliberation (and some debate) we are giving the prize to  Morgan!  Her entry was a heartfelt request for a Christmas present for her mother, Ellen.  Morgan wins the 4-Step Total Transcript Solution.  Here is what Morgan wrote:

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Binz:

My desire is to have a career that not only meets my needs, but also the needs of others. Because my future success is based on my education, attending college is important to me.  I feel that God is calling me to make a difference by pursuing my dream of becoming a pediatrician.  A well-written transcript will be a determining factor of whether or not I can achieve my goal.  This being the first time that my mom has ever sent a child to college, I am sure this tool would be just what she needs to make what may seem like a daunting task a positive experience.  (I would like to give her this for Christmas.)

Morgan (submitted through my mother's e-mail with my dad's help)

Congratulations to Morgan and her mother Ellen, and a HEARTY thank you to ALL who participated.  It was a ton of FUN!!!


Launch is tomorrow!!! Also, now is your last chance to sign up for our free webinar called "Credits and Grades and Transcripts, Oh My!!"  Register here.  Plus, be ready at 12:00 Noon Pacific Time tomorrow for our launch and your chance to win our early responder bonuses!  Read more here!

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Guest - J W on Thursday, 03 December 2009 07:22

WOW, Morgan! Congratulations!!!

WOW, Morgan! Congratulations!!!
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