Update: Girls of Geek 2012 Calendar

The original press release:

OMAHA, NE - Popular geek specialists and web blog DontHateTheGeek.com has teamed up
with models, gamers, geekettes, and web personalities to put together the first ever Girls of Geek calendar. This 2012 calendar will feature 12 of the most popular, stunning, and geeky women of the Internet, TV, and radio with a combined reach of over 5 million geeks in a traditional yearly calendar. When available, this calendar will be sold across a variety of popular geek websites, as well as Amazon.com and other retailers. Pre-orders will launch soon.

“We are putting together a yearly calendar of nothing but geeky women showing what being a geek is really about! The calendar will showcase all things geeky from video games, mobile devices, computers, gaming, comic books, and everything geeky in-between! We are currently taking submissions for models for the 2012 Calendar and sponsors from any companies looking at getting involved.”

This years calendar will include Actress Hailey Bright, XDA TV personality SassiBoB, Actress and Sci-Fi geek Kristen Nedopak, Video Host and model Raychul, YouTube Geek Guru NixiePixel, SuicideGirls.com models Bob and SqueakMachine plus many more beautiful popular ladies to be released.

In keeping with DontHateTheGeek.com’s tradition, a portion of the proceeds from the calendar will be donated. This year, the recipient of the donations will be the Breast Cancer Research Fund. For previous events, DontHateTheGeek.com has worked with other groups to raise as much as $6,000 for charitable causes, and plans to keep that tradition alive with all of their works

Just an update to let you know that the calendar should ship in the next couple of days. You can pre-order your copy here.

You also download a Girls of Geek app on the Android Market.

With 2012 just around the corner, get your hands on this calendar! ;-)

3 commentaires:

Anonymous said...

Wow what a great way to get genre taken seriously! And guaranteed to bring new women readers and writers into the field with such remarkable characters to aspire to.

Anonymous said...

Shame. Can't see my wife approving of this purchase.

Anonymous said...

Without Felicia Day, this project seems kind of... hollow.