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What Minnesota company has the ugliest website?

That's what Plymouth-based Snap Social Media is asking. They are currently accepting websites for their ugliest website contest. The Minnesota company deemed the worst wins a redesigned website and one year of web hosting free.
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That's what Plymouth-based Snap Social Media is asking. They are currently accepting websites for their ugliest website contest. The Minnesota company deemed the worst wins a redesigned website and one year of web hosting free.

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