Win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 at the BigAndroidBBQ
Those of you heading off to Austin this weekend for the BigAndroidBBQ are in for a real treat. It’s not as if you needed another reason to get together with a bunch of like-minded fans and developers, but we’re gonna do it anyways. One of you lucky attendees is going to walk away with a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 just for participating.
Hit the break for the full details, but they go something like this… Install the app called Meporter and post a new report or story on some aspect of the barbecue. The person who writes the best article related to the BigAndroidBBQ will win the 10.1-inch tablet. The winner is announced at the event on Sunday night and will receive the tablet on stage.
The Big Android BBQ is excited to announce the “Big Android BBQ Meporter Contest”!
There is one more thing you’ll need to pack for the BBQ this weekend, your creative writing skills. The folks over at Meporter will be giving away a BRAND NEW Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to the person who writes the best article about the Big Android BBQ. Your story could be about any aspect of the BBQ; the AndroidGuys.com pool party on Friday night, one of the panels on Saturday, the bar crawl, or anything else you can think of. So put on your thinking caps, sharpen your pencils and warm up your thumbs. It’s about to get real.
“Who will judge my article?” you ask? None other than prolific Geek.com writer Russell Holly. The deadline for entries is noon Sunday morning, October 2nd. The winner will be announced Sunday evening and will receive their Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 on stage during the BBQ’s farewell ceremony.
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