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I got this from Delphi. I'm copying and pasting the persons post (as I didn't actually see the show)

Today on Martha Stewart, she had seven employees that had entered a contest for the next big idea for the future of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. One of the employees cannot eat gluten and has suggested a magazine for people with allergies and celiac disease. Martha couldn't decide which idea to pick, so everyone can vote online to choose the next big idea. Please vote - the link is below, and you can read the ideas, then scroll to the bottom for the vote. The magazine idea for people with allergies is not getting many votes - you have until February 7th!

http://blogs1.marthastewart.com/martha/?rs...mepage_Homepage

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Currently it looks as if the Pet-lovers are going to win. We have 17% votes and they have 38%. Lets vote people!

I just voted, and yes, we may only have 17%, but that 17% is tied for 2nd place, which may serve as a wake-up call that this really is an issue and a market niche worth exploring. :)

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I just voted, and yes, we may only have 17%, but that 17% is tied for 2nd place, which may serve as a wake-up call that this really is an issue and a market niche worth exploring. :)

Great point!

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It would be HUGE to get a big name attached to a gluten free magazine/allergy free!!! VOTE VOTE VOTE!!!

Thanks for the heads up!!

-Jessica

I got this from Delphi. I'm copying and pasting the persons post (as I didn't actually see the show)

Today on Martha Stewart, she had seven employees that had entered a contest for the next big idea for the future of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. One of the employees cannot eat gluten and has suggested a magazine for people with allergies and celiac disease. Martha couldn't decide which idea to pick, so everyone can vote online to choose the next big idea. Please vote - the link is below, and you can read the ideas, then scroll to the bottom for the vote. The magazine idea for people with allergies is not getting many votes - you have until February 7th!

http://blogs1.marthastewart.com/martha/?rs...mepage_Homepage

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We're barely in 2nd place. The Martha Stewart store is 16% and we're 19%. Arggggh

Vote, vote, vote!

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It says you can vote as many times as you would like so go and vote MULTIPLE times! :)

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Voted!! B)

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It says you can vote once per day. If someone could remember to post to this thread to jog our memories, that would be great! I'm afraid my brain would forget.

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i am wondering how they know how many times the same person votes??? seriously, cuz if you just close out of it and reopen it it lets you vote again?? anyhow i sent the link to my mom and asked her to vote and to get all her co workers to vote, also going to send it to my aunt!

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OMG - I voted twice - THEN it said you can vote once a day for.......I forgot (have a SEVERE head cold!)....

But I forwarded the link to all females I know and, under threat of death, they MUST vote for what we want. ;)

I think it's AWESOME our choice is in second place!!!!!!!

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I posted it to my yahoo group. That should get it a bit more publicity!!! KEEP VOTING!!! We can do it!!! It sounds like you can vote as many times per day as you wish.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I voted once, then changed clothes and voted again. Do you think they will recognize me? :ph34r:

I also posted this over to the celiacforums board. The more votes we can get the better. If anyone can bring gluten-free into the mainstream, the mighty and powerful Martha can do it.

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When i just voted again we had 27 percent, im going to go vote on the other 2 puters now lol.

paula

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okay so just voted on a dif computer, and we were up to 30% pets is 1% more than us, My mom and everyone at her work voted for us, going to put it up on myspace, and hope like heck that people vote!

This is kinda exciting...lol

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Voted!

I was soo dissapointed the other day when they said she was going to do "allergy free cupcakes" on her show and they were egg, dairy and nut free but chock full of gluten! I watched the whole show in anticipation of that :(

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