Drobo announce 'What Would You do with 100 Drobos?' competition

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Drobo, makers of data storage products for photographers, has announced a new competition, ‘What Would You do with 100 Drobos?’ Drobo are giving away 100 Drobos over May and June to entrants with the most original or appealing ideas. Please see below for more details and submission requirements.

Press release:

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Announcing the ‘What Would You do with 100 Drobos?’ Contest

Searching for the Most Creative Answer to this Question; One Lucky Individual or Organization will Receive 100 Drobos to Execute on the Winning Idea

SANTA CLARA, Calif. –May 4, 2011 – Drobo, makers of the award-winning data storage products for businesses and professionals, today announced the “What would you do with 100 Drobos?” contest. Convince the Drobo community that your cause is worthy by creating an essay, video, collage, or other creative presentation of your idea, post it publicly (YouTube, Facebook, blog, etc.) and submit the idea URL with your contact information online at http://www.drobo.com/100drobos.

What: Drobo is giving away more than 100 Drobos throughout May and June to the most original or appealing idea, cause or use – whether that’s improving education, combating world hunger, fostering the arts or just stretching the imagination, the only limit is your own creativity.

Over 100 Drobos to be given away over the course of the contest:
•    100 Drobos to the winning idea
•    Top 10 finalists receive a Drobo
•    All votes will be entered to win a Drobo a day over the course of the contest (winner to be chosen at random)

For contest details and submission requirements, please visit the Drobo contest site at http://www.drobo.com/100drobos.

Who: Anyone with a great idea!

When: Submissions accepted – Wednesday, May 4th - Tuesday, May 31st      
Voting closes– Friday, June 17th  

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