Vote for MB2x in Social Madness for a good cause!

$10,000 can feed a lot of hungry people around Tampa Bay – and you can help do just that with a single Facebook like!

Social Madness is a nationwide competition in which companies compete to see who can generate the most social media buzz and reach. MB2x, a small software development company here in Tampa Bay, is in the running to win a $10,000 prize which will be donated to Feeding America Tampa Bay. With 700,000 hungry (and one in four children) in our region, you can help by simply liking, sharing, mentioning and retweeting MB2x’s posts on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Check out the video below and click to help feed hungry people all across Tampa Bay. The competition ends at midnight tonight so click, share and repeat!

Video: https://www.facebook.com/MB2xTampaWeb/posts/10200201366092632

Share MB2x on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MB2xTampaWeb

Share MB2x on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MB2xSoftware

Share MB2x on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/mb2x

Check out the competition at: http://www.bizjournals.com/tampabay/socialmadness

Vote for MB2x in Social Madness and help earn Feeding America Tampa Bay $10,000! (photo credit: MB2x)

Vote for MB2x in Social Madness and help earn Feeding America Tampa Bay $10,000! (photo credit: MB2x)

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