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  • You gotta watch the video below---it tells the whole story. We're gonna have a blast!!!!! Here's the link to the site! (NOTE: Lots more cities around the world, more than 100 total, will be added, but if your city isn't on the list yet, click this link to see how you can host one in your city. Also, we'll be updating the site each day with more cities, so check back often to see when a city near you gets added!) [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/sO51xBciglQ" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] The walk is sponsored by Adobe Systems, Wacom, Epson, CDW, NAPP, Peachpit Press, MPIX, Kelby Training, and Photo Walk Pro.

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