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$1000 for 30 second video offer made to Dayton filmmakers

Initial Point,  a locally owned IT company,  has developed a new facial recognition program and is seeking filmmakers to create YouTube video’s to promote their product.  Company President Dave Gasper has offered up to $10,000 for ten 30 second video’s.  Gasper wants edgy, provocative and alternative videos to promote the use of PicsMatch as a tool for easy organizing and identifying of your photos on your computer.  PicsMatch can even be used with the popular social networking site like FaceBook.  For more info contact Dave Gasper

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  1. interesting stuff!

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