Day 2 in the Race for Space
Only a day and a half in and I’ve already grabbed 3400 votes for my entry in Metro Newspaper’s Race for Space Competition. Thanks to everybody who’s been voting for the support. Here’s the current strategy.
The top voter is still a ways off from where we’re at. However, we have moved to 30th place out of approx 2000 entries. Not too shabby. The goal is to get into the top ten meaning we’ll have to hit about 15 000 ish votes. It can be done! Still averaging about 50-100 votes per hour presently. And there are surges here and there as well. Once we get to the top ten, we end up closer to the front page meaning it is easier for people on the interwebs to see the post!
So keep those votes coming by going to the link: http://metroinspace.com/ca/view/ct94 and remember that you can vote up to ten times a day every day from now until the contest closes on April 5th!
Posted on March 23, 2012, in Chasing Atlantis and tagged Atlantis, Chasing Atlantis, Kennedy Space Center, KSC, Matthew Cimone, Melanie Godecki, Metro Race for Space, NASA, No Borders from Orbit, Paul Muzzin, Shuttle, Shuttle Atlantis, Space, Space Shuttle, STS 135. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.