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Wow! Ecorazzi Named Blog of the Year by VegNews

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VegNews 2007 Veggie Award Winner IssueWe are so excited to announce that we are a VegNews 2007 Veggie Award Winner! It is an honor to be chosen for Blog of the Year. VegNews is the place to get your vegetarian news and celebrity buzz, which makes it one of our favorites, too! And now for our acceptance speech. Ahem…

We’d like to thank all of you for reading, commenting, and coming back day after day. Ecorazzi was originally just a tiny idea that Michael & I assumed would stay quite tiny…and then it all exploded. We’ve been trying to keep up ever since, providing you with celebrity gossip & entertainment news, but with a green twist. You all are the reason that we get up and get typing each day. Thank you.

And of course, we couldn’t have done it without our team of contributors, who provide us with incredible content, all just because they too love Ecorazzi. Please visit their websites and businesses – they all have their own projects, many related to our own passions.

We’ve got a lot in store for the near future, including a gorgeous new site. You’re gonna love it. Stay tuned, let us know how we can do better, and keep coming back. We’re always open!

The latest issue of VegNews is available on newsstands now and through VegNews.com.

Read our “Blog of the Year” press release here.

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