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Stucco Contest Results

Back on November 17th, I announced the first ever International Metropolis contest.

Seeing as there was a grand total of one entry, no voting will be necessary.

John’s entry of the former Sitting Bull (currently Hot Shots), and their odd but very old stuccoization of the Tecumseh Rd. East building is the winner of the grand prize.

Congratulations John, you are new owner of a brand new shiny copy of the “Lost Windsor” 2009 Calendar.

Don’t forget that calendars are selling fast, and I’m going to have to place a second order with the printer. Order today if you want to guarantee yourself a copy for Christmas.

Don’t delay – Order today!

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