Christmas in July!
Win the First AeroCool AeroEngine II in the USA!
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UPDATE: The contest is over, check out who won.
UPDATE: Apparantly UGLY Snowman Speakers are more popular than we thought. We have run out of UGLY Snowman speakers, only those customers that already have the snowman speakers may enter to win the contest.
Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas! I know what you are thinking. You always knew we were crazy, but now we’ve gone completely MAD! Do we not know what month Christmas is anymore…or maybe we have lost all concept of time!?! Who knows…or better yet, who cares! Because we are giving you the chance to win the all new AeroCool AeroEngine II Case absolutely FREE - a $100 value!
The all new AeroCool AeroEngine II has not even been shipping to AeroCool USA yet. The winner of this contest will receive the first of this case in the United States.
To enter, simply submit a picture of your "Ugly Snowman Speakers" in action by August 15th. There is no limit to the things you and your Snowman Speakers can do for the victory. Feel free to take them to the beach, give them a bath (don't plug them in dummy), or invite them to your next barbeque. The more entertaining the picture is, the better shot you have at bringing home a brand new AeroCool AeroEngine II!
Our professional judges here will examine each picture carefully, awarding points for the most creative poses, positions, and uses of "The Ugly Snowman Speakers". The contestant with the best picture will receive the free AeroCool Case!
How do you Enter?
All pictures are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. E-Mails must include your full name and shipping address. Only three entries per shipping address, so make 'em count.
NOTE: Once images are submitted to Xoxide via email they become property of Xoxide Inc. Xoxide Inc. may use these images in the future. Our Professional Judges are highly trained and skilled individuals who have many years of experience judging Ugly Snowman Speaker Pictures, and their decisions are final and shall not be subject to question, inquisition, examination, or accidental death.