Surf the exhibitor isles at Tech-Ed 2005 and you'll be bombarded with
sales pitches, giveaways, and contests. MP3 players and smartphones are
common contest prizes this year. Altiris is giving away an Apple iPod.
Some exhibitors however, are going above and beyond the normal offering
of gadgets. Sybari Software, a security software provider in the
process of being acquired by Microsoft, is giving away a kayak,
snowboard, mountain bike, and assorted camping gear. Citrix is giving
away a Creative Labs MuVo Micro 1GB MP3 player every hour. So far,
Sunbelt Software takes the top prize with the customer chopper their
giving away on Thursday, June 9th at 3PM—must be present to win.
Post a comment to this thread and share you favorite Tech-Ed 2005 freebies and contests.
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