I may be the ONLY person in Seattle, heck in Washington State, who doesn’t care about the Seahawks. In fact, I’m just a little bit mad at them. In all their non-winning seasons my husband never watched a game. Since the start of their season last year which culminated in a Super Bowl win, my husband has been obsessed. After 30 years of marriage, I now know what the term “football widow” means. But I know I’m in the minority so I’m sharing this fun giveaway for all of your 12th Men (and women!).
Seahawks Helmet Hunt Contest
Verizon Wireless launched a Seahawks Helment Hunt contest this week that will run through football season. The grand prize consists of six game tickets, transportation via limousine, lunch, Seahawks gear, and $200 in concessions at the game! To enter, locate the Giant Helmet in Seattle. Once you find it, take your best selfie with it and post it to Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #MoreHawksPromo. Your properly hashtagged photo serves as your entry.
To see contest entries, visit the Verizon Seahawks Hunt Contest page where you’ll also find official rules and information.
Verizon VZWBUZZ Twitter Parties
While I have your attention, check out this weeks VZWBuzz Twitter Party. This one centers around wearable technology. VZWBuzz Twitter Parties happen every Friday at 3pm ET.
Weekly #VZWBuzz Twitter Party:
- Friday, October 3 at 3:00pm ET
- Topic: Wearable Technology
- Prizes: To Be Announced
- RSVP: http://bit.ly/1vs10fl
— Baby to Boomer LS (@BabytoBoomer) September 30, 2014
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- Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and Beyond with Mobile Tech (thru 10/15)
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