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Help Bohus Win A $1000 Video Contest!

Good thing those puppets don't have teeth they can rot out. 
Here's a question we get all the time at Retro Thing; "What do you do with all that retro junk?"  I can only speak for myself when I say "Well, I use retro junk to enter online video contests..." My lady and I whipped up a quick video extolling the virtues of Dollar Tree, a shop where everything costs one U.S. dollar. The video stars the educational puppets I wrote about a while back, and the little gumdrop shaped puppets will show you a few of the things you can pick up for a buck at the store.

Here's where you can help. Anyone can vote for the video (you don't have to register or leave any identifying information) by visiting the contest page HERE. Mine is the ready-to-play video called "at the movies" all the way to the right, and you can vote by just clicking the green button below it. You can vote multiple times (kind of like in Chicago </rimshot>), once a day until April 2nd. There's a really good first prize, and I'd appreciate your help! If the video wins, I'm sure I can convince those puppets to make a special visit right here on Retro Thing.

Don't look for clever captions here, you should be voting! 
Thanks for checking out the video, and for adding your votes. Every vote is important over the next few days, and don't forget you can vote every day up until April 2nd. I'll let you know if it turns out to be a success. Now get voting!


Help out Bohus by voting for his "At The Movies" video


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