Lookout Mobile Security Throwing Party on Eve of Google IO; We Have 30 Tickets to Give Away!
Google I/O 2011 is but a few short weeks away, where we’ll get our annual glimpse into the future of Android and other Google development. As many of you readers are also developers and enthusiasts, we know you’ll making the trip to San Francisco to get a first-hand look for yourself. Should you happen to get into town a day early, you will no doubt want to join Lookout Mobile Security at an “iconic San Francisco art gallery*” for a party! The festivities kick off at 8:00PM PST where guests will enjoy Le Truc’s famous pulled pork tacos, washed down by a cold beverage from Lookout’s favorite local microbrews (Big Daddy IPA, Anchor Steam,21st Amendment IPA).
As you saw in the headline, we have thirty tickets to give away to you guys and gals. Actually, that’s only half right as each ticket gets to bring a guest as well. So, really we have up to 60 spots to give away. And as if that weren’t enough chances to win, our AndroidGals are giving away another 30 sets of tickets too!
HOW DO YOU ENTER?
Leave a comment here with your Google IO predictions as they pertain to Android. What do you expect to see announced or demonstrated? You don’t have to be right to win, we’re just curious to see what you are thinking. We’ll grab 30 names and email addresses and pass them along to Lookout where they’ll be in touch. As this contest is for a select group of people attending Google IO, please indicate that you are attending in the comments. We’d love for anyone and everyone to share their guesses but we don’t want to award a prize to someone who isn’t even going. Please be fair, kids. We’ll confirm your email address works and that you do intend to go on a first-come, first-serve basis!
*Lookout has not yet announced the name of the location but promises to do so in short order.
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