Okay, so, you know about how we — Nerdist Industries — have new partners in the folks at GeekChicDaily. Well, here’s one of the first things you’ll see out of the new arrangement: You can win a prize package that includes a Jambox Bluetooth-enabled speaker and t-shirts from GeekChicDaily (which, to save me some keystrokes, I’ll abbreviate for the rest of this post as GCD). Interested? Read on….
The Jambox? It’s a speaker that’s a little larger than your hand, and it doubles as a speaker phone via Bluetooth and, they say, can go ten hours on a charge. The Grand Prize winner gets one of those things plus Nerdist and GCD t-shirts. Four runners-up get two t-shirts each (one from each of the Holy Partners).
How do you enter? Go to GCD and subscribe. It’s free. Then click here and submit your email. And then you can get bonus entries on Facebook and Twitter (tweet @geekchicdaily with the hashtag #gcdjambox). The winner’s going to be picked on June 27th. This is a GCD contest, so if you have any questions, ask the GCD people (there’s an email in the official rules below).
Here are the official rules, pasted from GCD:
-The GeekChicDaily Jambox-Nerdist contest is open to all GeekChicDaily subscribers with no purchase necessary.
-One entry per person on the contest page. One entry per person, per social media post.
-Winners outside of the United States and Canada will be responsible for their own shipping and handling costs.
-Winners will be selected after midnight, June 27th, 2011.
-If you are already a GeekChicDaily subscriber, you don’t need to do anything but enter your email address on this page and you will be informed by email on or after June 27th, 2011 if you are a winner.
-If you are NOT a subscriber, be sure to use the ‘Sign Up’ box on the right of this page. It’s easy, free and awesome. Only GeekChicDaily subscribers are eligible to win prizes in our contests, so get in now!
If you have a specific question about the rules of this contest, please email [email protected] with RULES REQUEST and the name of the contest in the subject line and your questions(s) in the body of the email. A complete listing of detailed ‘legalese’ rules and regulations can also be requested.