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“It’s Just a Breeze” Delivers 25 Gs in TurboTax TaxRap Contest


SAN DIEGO - Taxes usually get a bad rap. But for Christian Pulfer, a 28-year-old real estate investor from Brooklyn, N.Y., rapping about taxes paid off to the tune of $25,000.

The grand prize winner in the TurboTax TaxRap contest, Pulfer’s entry, “It’s Just a Breeze…G,” was selected by guest judge Vanilla Ice from more than 370 homemade rap videos.

“If you need a dollar, holler, ’cuz I got a lot back,” Pulfer raps in his video, which will be showcased on the homepage of on April 15.

“This video stood out as one of the most individual and creative entries,” said Vanilla Ice. “The lyrical content, his style as a rapper - he put it all together and had some fun with it.”

In addition, Carl Tietze from Portland, Ore., was named the $5,000 first-place winner, and Rhett McLaughlin and Zink Neal from Fuquay-Verina, N.C., were the $1,000 second-place winners. The winners were selected from the 13 finalists who garnered top votes from YouTube viewers.

Intuit (Nasdaq:INTU), maker of TurboTax, the most-trusted tax preparation software, sponsored the TaxRap contest, which ran from Feb. 8 to March 30 on YouTube and at Collectively, the rap videos were viewed more than 2.5 million times. Intuit launched the contest with an original rap video by Vanilla Ice, titled “TurboTax Mojo,” which garnered more than 1 million views with homepage takeovers on YouTube, ranking as the most viewed entertainment video in its debut week


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