Winning Some Free Schwag

Kingston Lego Flash Drive

Late last night I received word from John Chow that I was selected as the winner of his MyBlogLog contest. The winning prize is a 1GB Kingston Lego Flash drive, which will really come in handy as the biggest one I have right now is 64MB.

As I mentioned on John’s site, the only thing I have to worry about with this drive is that my kids try to swipe it and put it with all of their other Legos. In the spirit of John’s contest, I am trying to create a contest of my own and am in the process of selecting the first prize which will have a financial theme. Be sure to stay tuned in so you won’t miss out on my first contest and feel free to join my MyBlogLog community.

Thanks for the schwag John!

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9 Responses

  1. Can’t wait to see what it is!
    The Lego drive was pretty cool. I also liked how John did the demo via video.

  2. mnc says:

    Don’t get too excited, lol. I’ll probably be starting kind of small. The video was a cool way to present the details of the prize.

  3. Ed Lau says:

    John is the root of all evil. Beware!

  4. mnc says:

    @Ed: Lol, maybe that is why I enjoy his site so much!

  5. Calvin says:

    Oh..so it was you who won the LEGO usb drive. Lucky you. BTW John is extremely creative guy when comes to promoting his blog. I’m not at all surprise he’s making ton of monies years from now.

  6. mnc says:

    @Calvin: Yeah, I was the first winner of the Lego USB drive although I am still eagerly waiting for it to arrive.

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