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I hope all of you are having a good Friday.  I am taking a little R&R, so I am living it up somewhere with an ice cold beverage in my hand.  We all need a nice break here and there, don’t we?

Either way, I wanted to ask some of you for a little assistance.  There is an awards program called the Plutus Awards (the Roman version of the Greek Ploutos, God of Wealth).  This award is given out every year at the annual Financial conference we call FINCON.  Since I am a personal finance blogger and will be heading to FINCON this year, I wanted to ask if you could vote for me in a a few categories.  I know it is asking a lot, but I feel that my readers are awesome and will back me up.

It doesn’t take much time and you can vote for your other favorite personal finance sites along with your favorite banking sites and apps.  It is a comprehensive awards program.

I am shooting for the Best New Personal Finance Blog as well as Best Debt Blog.  I realize that their are many great sites out there, but I think I am holding my own in this space.  If you feel so inclined, please head over to vote for Debt Roundup.  I really appreciate your support!

Vote For Debt Roundup

 Even if I don’t win anything, I will be honored to just be nominated.  Thank you again for all of the continued support this past year.  It really means a lot.

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About Grayson Bell

I am an average Joe, who built up over $50,000 worth of credit card debt and had to learn how to break it back down. It took 4 years of learning budgets, secrets, and many other personal finance tricks in order to cut the debt to $0. Now, I push to teach others not only how to get out of debt, but how to use credit wisely and how to start growing their wealth. You can view my other site, Sprout Wealth for ways to grow your money. I am also a freelance personal finance writer who provides staff writing and ghost writing services.

4 comments

  1. Done deal in the Best Debt Blog, Grayson (I’d already voted for Matt in Best new PF blog). Good luck, Grayson, you deserve it. Have a great weekend. :-)
    Laurie @thefrugalfarmer recently posted..Good Reads for the Week Ending 8.16.13My Profile

  2. Awesome, I’ll vote for you. Good luck!
    MonicaOnMoney recently posted..How To Be Frugal When You’re NotMy Profile

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