Are you a current ESRI customer using a GIS in your daily work or personal life? If so, show us what you do with your GIS, how you do it, and enter to a win prize package of up to $125.

Geography in Action is the theme for this year's conference. And since the ESRI UC is all about users, we're sponsoring a video contest to see how you're using GIS.

Entering is easy. Create an amateur video demonstrating GIS in action and upload it to your favorite video sharing site such as YouTube. Then submit your video entry to us by completing a submission form on or before July 25, 2008. All videos must be tagged with "GIS in Action Video Contest."

A panel of ESRI employees will review all submissions and select a first, second, and third place winner. The winners will be announced by
August 7, 2008.



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