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Nominate Innovators to Interview on the New Edge of Progress Tour

October 14, 2010


In two weeks, GOOD will be going on a wild cross-country trip to meet some of the most interesting innovators and thinkers in the country. The tour, sponsored by the new Ford Edge, will drive through New York, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Our reporter will keep everyone updated with tweets and blog posts about the experience of crossing this great country of ours, as well as video interviews with innovators in those five cities.

That is where we need your help. Please go here and nominate innovators that you think we should be talking to. We're looking for anyone in those five cities who is doing cool, groundbreaking work that is driving the world forward. Please let us know, and keep checking the Edge of Progress Tour website for updates as the trip progresses.
 

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