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First-ever "30 under 30" feature

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When I turned 30, I was busy toiling as an associate editor at a now-defunct consumer magazine called Child, owned by the now-defunct (I think) Gruner + Jahr. I wasn't exactly an under-30 prodigy, let's put it that way. But if you'd like to toot your own horn about an under-30 marketing whiz, we're accepting nominations for our first-ever "30 under 30" feature, which will run as a Web exclusive on December 11. We'll profile 30 direct, database and interactive marketers, both on the agency/vendor and client sides, who have yet to reach the big 3-0. Check out our home page for details!
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