BUSINESS WIRE -- 99designs.com has raised $6,000 for The Gulf Restoration Network by auctioning off its 5-word Webby Award acceptance speech to the highest bidder. Fotolia placed the winning bid for the speech that will be presented on stage at the Webby Award Gala in New York City on Monday, June 14th.
“Auctioning off their Webby Award acceptance speech was an ingenious way for 99designs to raise donations for the Gulf Oil disaster relief fund,” says Fotolia founder and CEO Oleg Tscheltzoff. “Fotolia is honored to be able to contribute to this creative relief effort approach. Collectively, we can all make a difference and rectify this terrible tragedy.”
“On behalf of the entire 99designs team we want to thank Fotolia for making the auction a success,” said Mark Harbottle, Founder of 99designs.com. “We’re really happy we were able to leverage a small moment in the spotlight to lend a helping hand in a time of great need for the Gulf of Mexico.”
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