Based on the number of entries received the folks at Drobo have selected one winner for a Drobo. They let me know of the decision last night, so we now have a winner for the Drobo promotion/giveaway!
Without further ado, I’m pleased to announce that Drobo has selected Dave King to receive a Drobo for his participation in the giveaway. Dave, I’ve reached out to you to solidify the details and particulars, so when you get your email, please take a moment to respond with the needed information for shipping.
Many thanks to the folks at Data Robotics for their support and sponsorship! Thanks to everyone for their participation, and even if you didn’t win, remember, backing up your data/work is always a good thing – the Drobo is an easy solution to that task, so consider their products for your backup needs.
On the subject of contests, the monthly photo contest to win a year of NAPP membership is still underway, so there’s time to get an image into the contest thread over on Flickr as well. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn about Photoshop and photography from one of the premiere learning resources available today!
Keep on shooting, and we’ll see you back here again tomorrow…more tk.
That’s the last time Scott Kelby rolled into town. On that fateful day I was honored enough to enjoy his company for a photo walk around downtown Denver on the eve of his Lightroom Seminar! Rather than regale the tales, I’ll just defer to the his post here today:
His photos were saved, and while he claims that none were portfolio worthy, when I go back and look at my pretty lame compilation, his throwaways were still better than my keepers. How sad is that? LOL Anyway, sorry I couldn’t be at the seminar today Scott – even after I asked when you would make it back. Hopefully this trip will be a tad better…
That being said, if anyone does have the time for the day – I don’t know if they are talking walk-up registrations, but if so, you will want to get there early, just in case – these sessions are really worth their weight in gold! Have a great weekend, and don’t forget to keep on shooting! We’ll see you back here again on Monday…
As if giving away a Drobo isn’t exciting enough, the folks over at Data Robotics agreed to spice things up by giving away not one but two Drobos in this special contest! That’s right, if there are enough entries within the 5 day period, Drobo will give away two Drobos to some lucky participants! So, be sure to rock the vote! That means to let your friends know by not only re-tweeting the message, but also telling your stories as to why you need a Drobo here on the blog or over on their Facebook page!
You may also notice that I dropped a hidden time bomb above – we’ve gotten an extension through Friday! That means, if you haven’t had a chance yet, there’s still time! It also means that if for any reason you forgot to register, there’s still a window of opportunity for you to do that until tomorrow midnight! Only 48 hours (roughly) left, so don’t forget to participate for your chance to win! Thanks to Drobo for both allowing the extension and for adding a second Drobo to the giveaway. As a refresher, here’s the contest particulars again:
1. Follow me (@CBJason) and @Drobo (no need to unfollow and re-follow if you already are…)
2. Re-tweet the following text message over on Twitter:
3. Share your best story about why you need a Drobo on the blog here (my blog) and on the Drobo Facebook page! (Note the embedded links… 🙂 )
4. Don’t forget to register with Drobo in case your name is picked – if you’re not registered, you can’t win!
5. All entries must be submitted no later than midnight MDT on Friday!
Keep posting the stories – these are great to read. As a reminder here though too – I am not picking the winner personally, it’s done by a random drawing from all the registrations. After drawing two names, these will be cross-checked against the Twitter messages and such, so keep ’em coming! Some of the stories I’ve read are quite fascinating, ranging from small business owners running retouching businesses, to poetic story lines, and even PhD students working on some pretty fascinating topics that require massive storage needs.