Your Lucky Day: Win An Epson R3000 Printer Or A Tamron 24-70 Lens
Curtain #1 or curtain #2? Epson R3000 printer or Tamron 24-70 lens in the mount of your choice? You choose.
Actually, there is no need to choose at all! I have two giveaways for you today that feature a couple of great prizes. And you can enter the drawings for both. And you actually could win both! All you have to do is sign up at the links I am providing below and you will be entered. After that there is nothing left to do but sit back and wait for the UPS man to pull into your drive.
First, the Epson R300 – $650 worth of professional-quality photo printer filled with their latest and greatest inks. I own the R1900 and am really happy with it (even as it grows a bit long in the tooth). I can only imagine what this new model is capable of. Epson and Kelby Online Training have teamed up to award one of these fine, fine printers to one lucky (and most deserving, I might add) contestant. All you have to do is click on this link and fill out the entry form prior to August 17th at 11:59PM. The winner will be notified via email on August 20th. That’s it; no pesky salesman will call, and no spam will fill your mailbox. Thank you, Epson and thank you, Kelby Training.
Next is your chance to win a very nice lens from Tamron and the good folks over at mcp actions. The lens is a Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 VC model in the mount of your choice (worth a cool $1300). Wow! And all you have to do for your chance at this bad boy is to click on this link to mcp actions and scroll down to the Push To Enter Button. Register your name and email address there and then return to mcp actions and leave a comment (of any kind) on their blog. Voila! You are entered. I think you have until September 1st to enter (the random drawing will be held on September 2nd), but why wait? Enter now and enjoy knowing you have as good a chance of winning as anyone else. How neat is that? Thank you, Tamron and thank you mcp actions!
Ah, it’s Friday. Enter both contests now and then sit back and wait for the weekend to begin.Camera in hand.