Vespa S150 Scooter Grand Prize Given Away During PeoplePond Product Launch at SXSW

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Southern California photography and Web design studio principal is the winner of Vespa S150 scooter grand prize provided by PeoplePond during their product launch promotion at SXSW.

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People were telling us they had been waiting for someone to provide this solution. It was exciting to see our new service being received so well during its first public appearance.

PeoplePond, LLC recently launched their online personal search engine optimization service from their booth at the Interactive and Music Tradeshows during South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas. Registrants signed up during the event were automatically eligible for exciting prizes including dozens of Apple iPod Nanos, iTunes prepaid cards and a grand prize of a Vespa S150 scooter.

Brandon Mauth of Mauth Studios, a photography and web design studio located in San Diego, California, was announced as the winner of the grand prize Vespa scooter by PeoplePond president, Theron McCollough, on the last day of the SXSW trade shows.

"We live in downtown San Diego and the Vespa is going to be the best for getting around here!" said Mauth. "We are really stoked about this!"

Hundreds of tradeshow attendees flocked to the PeoplePond booth during SXSW. "The reaction of the SXSW crowd exceeded our expectations," said Theron McCollough, PeoplePond president. "People were telling us they had been waiting for someone to provide this solution. It was exciting to see our new service being received so well during its first public appearance."

In addition to providing SEO boost and identity verification, PeoplePond also combines the portable address book functionality of WeaveMet.com with the social media content tracking of DandyID.com creating the first online service to harmonize these capabilities within a single platform.

About PeoplePond, LLC
PeoplePond, LLC is part of the Cranberry Network, LLC family of online services developed by a team of innovative developers led by Internet visionary David McInnis. McInnis is best known for founding the first direct-to-consumer news service, PRWeb, which changed the way the world uses press releases. WeaveMet and DandyID are also part of the Cranberry network of Web sites. For more information about Cranberry, LLC and the Cranberry network of Web sites visit http://www.cranberry.com.

PRWeb is a registered trademark of Vocus.

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