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Tom Short

We completely agree at Kudos. A simple thank you can make a world of difference and strategic recognition can help drive desired outcomes. We developed a system called Kudos to empower people to show their appreciation for others that are instrumental to their success. Better yet we offer Kudos for free to Not for Profits 501 [c] 3 organizations. Please feel free to check it out.

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