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Cindy Lewis Awarded Microsoft Project MVP

2012 October 5

Our very own [Cindy Lewis]( “Learn more about our trainer extraordinaire and Microsoft Project expert, Cindy Lewis”) has been awarded the Microsoft MVP in Microsoft Project!

In celebration of [Cindy’s awesome accomplishment]( “Congratulations New and Renewed MVPs! | The Microsoft MVP Award Program Blog”), we’re offering a special discount of **10% off all products in the [Advisicon store]( “shop for manuals, flowcharts, and software on the online Advisicon store”)** for the next two days (discount ends October 7th).

## What Are Microsoft MVPs?

Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals are an elite group of highly skilled experts. These individuals demonstrate leadership in their technical field, are passionate about technology, and are known for their commitment to helping others. There are less than 5,000 MVPs worldwide, and only 52 of these are [MVPs in Project]( “View all of the current Microsoft Project MVPs”). As Microsoft puts it,

>These individuals were chosen because they have demonstrated their deep commitment to helping others make the most of their technology, voluntarily sharing their passion and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with the community.

Having proven themselves worthy of the cutting edge in Microsoft technology, Microsoft MVPs are given early access to new technology. MVPs like Cindy _stay on the cutting edge_.

## We’re Celebrating with a Discount

Celebrate with us as Cindy is welcomed into the lofty ranks of Microsoft Project Most Valuable Professional. Use the coupon code “Cindy-Lewis-MVP” on the [Advisicon store]( “use the coupon on the Advisicon store!”) and get **10% off** all purchases until October 7th!

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*[MVP]: Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional


Jeff Jacobson-Swartfager is a graphic designer and front-end web developer based in Portland, Oregon.

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