The Winner of Austin Golden Ticket # 1 is...
…Casey Nielsen (@Nielsen1Casey). Congratulations Casey! Your ticket to Hero Conf Austin is on us.
We appreciate all the folks who found Hero #1. The good news, our second hero is already flying on PPC Hero. That means another chance for a free ticket is now available, if you can find our hidden, golden PPC Hero #2.
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