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Alex B

Grad students: If you're looking for a topic to research, number 2 and number 6 could be a great road of discovery and offer lessons learned for the future. #2: Probably the most important question from Pepsi's perspective. #6: Probably the most important question in terms of the community and audience involved.

Then--> What if Pepsi achieves #6, but not necessarily #2, could make a great write-up and thesis...Just sayin'.

Thanks for sharing Beth!

Art Courses

I just love Pepsi.. :D

Jessica Malkin

One important way that Pepsi will be able to extend the life line of this program is to follow some of the grant money they are giving out and document the stories of the people they are helping...this will be a MISSED opportunity if they don't take advantage. Also, ideally find those grants that are somehow aligned intrinsically with the Pepsi brand...great post Beth!

chris valdez

I run a great nonpforit organization and would like to know how we can enlist in prorams like the pepsi challenge?

Christopher D. Valdez
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The Youth Corps of America, Tucson
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