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Winner: Six-Word Motto for New Orleans Winner: Six-Word Motto for New Orleans

Winner: Six-Word Motto for New Orleans

August 13, 2010


In the last issue of our magazine, we asked our readers to come up with a six-word motto for New Orleans. We collected the submissions and then invited the GOOD community to vote and chose a winner. The results are in. Congratulations to Isabelle Mitchell-Haenggi, whose winning motto appears above. You can see a slideshow of our eleven finalists here.

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