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Glamour's Woman of Your Year contest pays tribute to a real-life woman who uses her strength, agility, and compassion to incite major change in her community.
By Laura Nathan
Friday, August 3, 2007

GLAMOUR SEARCHES FOR OUTSTANDING “WOMAN OF YOUR YEAR”
 
Phenomenal Everyday Woman to be Honored at Lincoln Center Gala


New York, NY (July 25, 2007) – GLAMOUR’s Woman of Your Year contest pays tribute to a real-life woman who uses her strength, agility, and compassion to incite major change in her community. From now until August 19, anyone can nominate an inspiring colleague, friend, or community leader at glamour.com/woty. GLAMOUR readers will help choose the winner by voting online.


The 2007 GLAMOUR Woman of Your Year will receive support for her cause and coverage in an upcoming issue of the magazine. She and the person who nominated her will win a trip for two to New York City for two nights, including tickets to the star-studded GLAMOUR Women of The Year gala at Lincoln Center on Monday, November 5, 2007.
 
For 17 years, GLAMOUR magazine has saluted gutsy, high-achieving women with our annual GLAMOUR Women of the Year Awards, a special issue and event devoted to celebrating the visionary, talented leaders who motivate and excite young women. Past winners include Hillary Clinton, Madeleine Albright, Madonna, Christiane Amanpour, Venus Williams, the Pakistani women’s rights activist Mukhtar Mai and many more.
 
GLAMOUR is the largest magazine published by Condé Nast Publications and has an average monthly circulation of more than 2.4 million copies, outselling 98 percent of all consumer magazines on the newsstand. GLAMOUR, the most award-winning women’s magazine, reaches one in every ten women in the U.S. or more than 14 million monthly readers nationally.

 

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