Enter the "Name to Fame" Contest

The search is on for the nation's best business name. Is it yours?

Think you've got the best business name in America? Thenenter Jane Applegate's "Name to Fame" contest,co-sponsored by Entrepreneur magazine. The winner receives afree consultation with Entrepreneur.com marketing expert Kim T.Gordon, a library of business books and a year's subscriptionto Entrepreneur. The winning business will also be featuredin the December issue of Entrepreneur.

Eligible contestants must have 100 or fewer employees. To enter,send your business card and a letter describing your business (in50 words or less) to Jane Applegate, Attn: Name to Fame Contest,SBTV Corp., P.O. Box 768, Pelham, NY 10803. Entries must bereceived by 5 p.m., September 14, 2001.

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