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iPod Shuffle and YugaTech T-Shirt Winners
Published by: yuga under: Contests.
posted: June 9th, 2008
Published by: yuga under 18 hours, 14 minutes ago in Contests.
We’ve got 5 iPod Shuffles and 20 YugaTech T-Shirts to give away today. Check out the name of our winners below and follow instructions on how to claim your prize. Congrats to the lucky winners!

For the iPod Shuffles, we’re giving 1 unit to the most active participant in TradePort Forum. and the winner is:

We also have 4 iPod Shuffle winners to bloggers who helped promote the Tradeport contest:
Jan Alvin of Blog Tambayan
Yohan of
Bunny of It’s a Bunny Life
Flisha Fernandez of Random Detox

Then, 20 YugaTech T-Shirt winners to members who registered at Tradeport. We had 69 people wanting a T-Shirt each but I can only give out 20.

Winners will have 48 hours from time of posting to claim their prizes. To confirm, email me at abeolandres {at} gmail {dot} com with the ff:
Email Subject: YugaTech Contest WinnerEmail Body: Complete Name, Complete Address, T-Shirt Size (for t-shirt winners only), Mobile Number

Please make sure you use the same email account you use here at YugaTech for commenting so I can verify you. I will send you an email and SMS once package has been shipped (we’ve had some problems before that LBC had issues with the addresses). For out of the country winners, please send us your local address (if you have relatives here).

Thank you to TradePort for sponsoring our contest. Again, congrats to the winners!
Wait, you can still win 1 of the 3 iPod Nano at the Tradeport Member Contest here. Please continue supporting our sponsors by clicking on their Flash banners and visiting their site. Thank you!

Nyahahaha! I won a new iPod shuffle! Thank you God! W00t!!!

Many thanks to Yugatech and Tradeport! Congrats to all the other winners!


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