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August 4, 2010 at 5:13 PM

POP on top of Mount Rainier

After I posted the item about a Big Fish developer ascending Mount Rainier, I heard from a digital marketing agency where a couple of execs also made the climb.

Maybe I should start a regular feature on the blog – tech trekkers? Techies on top? – and post pictures of people in the industry on top of Rainier.

Let me know if you make it – I won’t be reporting from the scene.

The latest: Tony Hoskins, principal, and Kaci Clot, VP of corporate development at POP, a digital agency in Seattle and New York that works with companies like Target, Amazon.com, Microsoft and Electronic Arts.

Tony Kaci Mt Rainier.jpg

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