Ben Nadel
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I am the chief technical officer at InVision App, Inc - a prototyping and collaboration platform for designers, built by designers. I also rock out in JavaScript and ColdFusion 24x7.
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Guess The Coin Amount, Win Cool Prizes

By Ben Nadel on

Happy Friday! Something for a fun Friday (and a pay-day Friday for me!). I have had the coin jar (below) on my desk for the last few months. Into this, I put all change I get through the day. This weekend I am taking it to Commerce Bank's Penny Arcade and turning that coinage into cash. If you can come close to guessing how much it's all worth, you get a cool prize (not yet determined - generosity will probably depend on how much cash I get).


 
 
 

 
Coin Jar Contest - Side View  
 
 
 

 
 
 

 
Coin Jar Contest - Top View  
 
 
 

Did anyone else have people in school who would brink in a two-liter soda bottle full of Jolly Ranchers and give it to whoever guessed how many were in it? School is cool.

Just "comment" your guesses, no cool submit form with scantily clad chicks this time ;)

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The verdict is in - Commerce Bank has spoken. My coins totaled in at a sweet $140.15. That makes Thomas Messier our closest "under" winner at $135.00 and CJ our closest "over" winner at $143.73.

Congratulations!

Regarding rewards, I will contact you off line at the emails provided in your comment posting. If you do not get my email within the next hour, please contact me as perhaps it went to spam or something.

If you didn't come close, better luck next time!

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