In our excitement about selling out of our first batch of Pitchfalls: Why Bad Pitches Happen to Good People, we decided to give away the first copy of the second batch for free. You may have seen us tweeting like crazy last week to let you all know about it. To decide the lucky winner, we randomly chose one of our Facebook followers. We’re happy to announce that the winner is…..
Mieko Van Kirk of Seattle, WA!
Mieko is operations manager at Sightline, a Seattle-based nonprofit that researches best public policy practices for the Northwest. Mieko says, “Thanks, Claxon! Looking forward to sharing what I learn from Pitchfalls with my colleagues here at Sightline Institute.”
For those of you that didn’t win, you can purchase a copy of Pitchfalls on Amazon, or in Seattle at The Elliott Bay Bookstore or Third Place Books.
All of us at Claxon are so excited that our first batch of Pitchfalls: Why Bad Pitches Happen to Good People has sold out. Thank you to everyone that played a part in this awesome accomplishment. We like to think we’ve contributed to getting rid of boring elevator pitches forever.
The second batch of Pitchfalls just arrived, and we want to show some appreciation. We’ll be giving away the very first copy of the second batch to one of our Facebook followers. If you’d like to be entered in the drawing, check out our Facebook page and press ‘like’. Now is the time – we’ll be choosing and announcing the winner tomorrow May 9th. Thank you again to all of our supporters, and good luck! Remember, visit our Facebook page now and press ‘like’. We can’t wait to give you your copy of Pitchfalls.