Posted on: August 10, 2016in
Where in the World is D4? - ILTACON 2016
How to Enter
Entering the contest is simple. Each D4 team member will be wearing D4 green sneakers throughout the conference. Simply snap a picture with someone wearing those green shoes and tweet it to us @D4Discovery! Don't forget to include #ILTACON!
There are eight (8) team members in all, so the more people you find, the better your chances at winning! Each different pair of green shoes counts as additional entry into the contest. So if you find all 8 people in one spot, take a picture with all of them at once and you’ll have 8 entries!
Don’t have Twitter? Don’t worry. We can take the picture on your behalf and tweet it out for you!
The contest starts the first night and continues throughout the entire conference. During the first night of ILTA, visit D4’s booth (#929) every 30 minutes for a hint from our very own Tom Groom about where in the world you should be looking for the green shoes. Follow @D4Discovery on Twitter to get additional hints throughout the conference!
The winner of the contest will receive a brand new Amazon Echo!
The winner will be chosen at random out of the entries received and receive their prize at a later date. If you're not entering via your personal Twitter, simply hand your business card or contact information to the D4 team member to ensure you can be reached if you win!
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