Cozi, a Seattle-based social marketing service aimed at families, has secured $4 million in its latest angel financing, Seattle-PI reports. The company has now raised a total of $8.3 million from Seattle angel investors Ed Bridge, real estate developer and former Seattle Seahawks co-owner Herman Sarkowsky and former Schuck’s Auto Supply President Ron Weinstein. Cozi, which was started by former Microsoft managers, plans to use this recent capital infusion to develop marketing campaigns and to build websites for consumer companies that incorporate its calendar, photo gallery and messaging services.
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