Sharp Magazine Launches Search for Canada’s Sharpest Man

Canada's Sharpest Man 2012Toronto, June 10, 2012 – Canada’s 17,104,098 male population is replete with stylish men and Sharp Magazine and The Bay are out to find the sharpest. The Search for Canada’s Sharpest Man, is a national one month contest that began on June 1st, 2012. Photo kiosks were set up throughout The Bay store locations in downtown Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. Identifying the Canadian guy with the most panache and pizzazz isn’t an easy job and even though the kiosks are gone, sharp Canadian men everywhere are now able to submit their photos online at

Canada's Sharpest Man 2012

-> Please Click Here to VOTE FOR ME! <-

At the end of the voting period, the Top 3 kiosk and Top 3 online votes from each city (15 finalists) will be judged by the fashion-savvy panel of: Jeremy Freed, Sharp Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Suzanne Timmins, Fashion Director of The Bay and Shawn Hewson, Project Runway Canada judge and Bustle clothing designer. The winner will be flown to Toronto for a photo shoot, which will be part of a four-page feature in the September Style issue of Sharp Magazine, and a $5000 West End Shop shopping spree from The Bay.

If you feel so inclined, please vote for yours truly (or the headless mannequin to the right) by clicking here. The pixilated photo was taken at one of the webcam kiosks located at The Bay at Yonge & Queen, Toronto.


About Contempo Media Inc.
Led by John McGouran, publisher, and Michael La Fave, editorial and creative director, Contempo Media specializes in print, online, video and multimedia production for consumer, custom and content clients. Contempo Media is a leading online content producer with a powerful team of advertising copy writers and creative generators. Some of Contempo Media’s corporate customers include Audi Canada, Audi U.S.A., Bell Media, and Volkswagen Canada. Contempo Media’s consumer titles include Sharp magazine,,, and Sharp: The Book For Men.

Sharp Magazine and Sharp: The Book for Men are available on newsstands across Canada, in bookstores, such as Chapters/Indigo, as well as Shoppers Drug Mart and Loblaws.

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