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BuzzLine – Week 9 – Six Words to Help

Congratulations Kathryn Glushefski, you’re the latest BuzzLine winner! For those of you that missed it, her six-word warning to would-be soy sauce abusers: “Sodium: Just say ‘Na,’… get it?” See all the great Week 8 responses here.

The best BuzzLine, however, is this week’s.







Our pro bono client, The American Friends of the Phelophepa Train, recently launched its first-ever Eye Clinic Donation Drive and Travel Sweepstakes.

Its goal is to fund the purchase of 50,000 pairs of eye glasses to dispense when Phelophepa’s 18-car train makes its annual journey to provide health care services to rural villagers throughout South Africa.

Win the BuzzLine this week, and we’ll not only buy you a cup of coffee, we’ll enter you in the sweepstakes for a chance to win a $40,000 first-class, 14-day trip for two to South Africa with the option of spending at least one additional week volunteering on the train.

Cape Town sounds good, doesn’t it? Buzz off on this:

Think of a place that is beautiful to you. In six words, describe it for someone who has never seen it.

Leave your six words in the comments below. Good luck!

THANK YOU for participating and please share the BuzzLine this week. You can also like Phelophepa on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @Phelophepa as well as tweet with their #trainofhope hashtag. The Phelophepa Train is a great cause.

Let’s spread the word.

About Christian Munson:

Christian Munson is an award-winning communications professional at PadillaCRT.

8 Comments on “BuzzLine – Week 9 – Six Words to Help

  1.  by  Joanna Leis

    Paestum’s temples: Ancient, serene, and majestic.

  2.  by  Joanna Fultz

    Unspoiled, Breathtaking, Panoramic Views, Unsurpassed Beauty.

  3.  by  Tommy M

    Quidditch Pitch: stupefying suspense, whimsical serenity.

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