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General Assembly Philly contest: write 250-word story about why you love Philly and win $250 in class credits

To kick things off, Technically Philly is teaming up with the the NYC-based entrepreneur education outfit to hold a little story contest: Tell us what you love about working and creating in Philly in 250 words or less.

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General Assembly has landed in Philly — in Callowhill coworking space Venturef0rth, to be precise.

To kick things off, Technically Philly is teaming up with the the NYC-based entrepreneur education outfit to hold a little story contest: Tell us what you love about working and creating in Philly in 250 words or less.

First prize gets $250 in General Assembly class credits (check out the upcoming class lineup here) and two runners-up get one workshop ticket.

Enter the contest here by Oct. 26. Winners will be announced Oct. 29 and be posted on Technically Philly.

While you’re at it, don’t forget about General Assembly’s event this Friday at Venturef0rth hosted by Philly Startup Leaders President Bob Moul and featuring General Assembly cofounder Brad Hargreaves.

Updated 11:30 a.m. 10/1/12: Contest deadline extended.

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