The First Annual Pixel Awards Call for Entries is Now Open

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The Pixel Awards are an annual Web site award competition honoring sites in 20 unique categories. Is your Web site the next best thing? Prove it.

The Pixel Awards announced its 2006 inaugural call for entries today, June 1. The Pixel Awards are the cutting-edge Web site award, annually honoring compelling sites in 20 unique categories that have shown excellence in web design and development.

See how your site stacks up! Enter online today at http://pixelawards.com/pixel/submit.php.

"The goal when we launched this back in January was to change the landscape of online awards. What MTV did for music and movie awards back in the '80s, that's what The Pixel Awards will do for the Web," said The Pixel Awards Founder, Erick Laubach.

The 20 winners will get a sweet prize package to boot:

  • A one-of-a-kind, handcrafted Pixel Awards trophy - signed by the artist;
  • Lifetime discount from (mt) Media Temple;
  • A 3-month subscription to GameFly, the leading online video game rental service;
  • 500 free email credits from MailChimp;
  • Every nominated website will also receive a Pixel Awards t-shirt.

Who should submit a site? Anyone! Interactive agencies, Web site owners, marketing and creative departments, artists, graphic designers, students, innovators, etc. Any site can enter. Only 20 exceptional sites will win.

Submit your site today:

http://pixelawards.com/pixel/submit.php

To learn more about the 2006 prizes and The Pixel Awards trophy go to: http://www.pixelawards.com/pixel/award.htm

About The Pixel Awards

Established in 2006, The Pixel Awards take a fresh look at the best on the Web. The Pixel Awards are the cutting-edge Web site award, annually honoring 20 compelling sites that have shown excellence in web design and development. Sites are submitted in 20 diverse categories, including the unique Geek, Las Vegas, and Vegetarian categories. Any site can enter. Only 20 exceptional sites will win.

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