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XFINITY Presents: The Ultimate Sports Social Media Job Contest - Voting Time

Less than a month ago, In Lou We Trust and SB Nation partner XFINITY announced The Ultimate Sports Social Media Job Contest. I've announced it on this very site in this very post which is likely the only one that saw a connection to Maslow. From January 13 through February 6, anyone interested could send in a short video explaining why would they would be best suited for that job.

Now that February 6 is about 4 days old, it's time to make a decision on who that person should be - and XFINITY needs your help. Yes, you can have a say on who gets the money, the electronics, and the job. After all, this is a social media job, the masses should have some role in the decision process. What's the point of social media without involving the audience? Here are the details from XFINITY:

Have you ever watched one of those TV shows where from thousands of hopefuls, one star is born? Well, ILWT readers, here's your chance to play "starmaker" and help pick the new voice of sports in social media!

XFINITY is looking for the next renowned sports social media star through its Ultimate Sports Social Media Job contest. The winning candidate will serve as the new voice of XFINITY in the sports social media space and go behind-the-scenes at some of the biggest sporting events in 2012, sharing exclusive insights and updates with fans.

From February 9-19, you can review qualified entry videos and vote for the contestant you'd like to see advance to the finals of the XFINITY Ultimate Sports Social Media Job contest. The five entrants with the most votes will advance to the final round of the contest where they will cover one of five premier sporting events the weekend of March 8-11. Fans can head today to and click on the Ultimate Sports Social Media Job contest tab to vote for your favorite personality (once per day)!

Will you choose the brainiac with the encyclopedia of stats, the former jock who knows the game inside out, or the corporate type who gets the marketing side of the business? You decide. Vote today at!

So get on Facebook and have your say on who should go onto the the third phase. You have until February 19.