And now for something completely different… Beginning today, November 9, 2010, CarWoo! will be hosting weekly Twitter trivia tournaments! Winners will receive ipods (perfect for jamming out in a new ride) or $100 Visa gift cards (perfect for…anything that costs $100 or less) or any other random prizes that we feel inspired to dole out.
I’m going to lay out the rules in five easy steps below – follow them (and follow us on Twitter) for a chance to win.
1) Every Tuesday in November, check out our Twitter page at approximately 9am PST for the weekly question.
2) Re-tweet the question from @carwoo along with the answer.
(You will ALSO receive additional entries for anyone who re-tweet’s your tweet!)
3) Wait patiently (or not-so-patiently, we’ll understand) until the following Monday. At that time, we’ll choose one winner at random from all of the correct respondents. We’ll tweet out the name of the winner along with the correct answer.
4) If you won, let out a big Woo! and DM us your address immediately. We’ll ship out your prize asap. If you didn’t win, wait 24 hours for your next chance.
Other official rules and junk:
You don’t have to purchase anything to enter or win. You must live in the US to win (sorry Canadians, but we LOVE YOU!). Employees of CarWoo! and their immediate family members are not eligible to win. CarWoo! Tuesday Twitter Trivia winners are not eligible to win again for eight weeks after their win. Winners have three days to direct message@CarWoo with their mailing address before another winner is chosen.
Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Week 1 (November 9 – 15) Question: What year was the very FIRST Chevy Camaro Model
Week 1 Answer: 1967
Week 1 Winner: John Bowman
Week 2 (November 16 – 22) Question: What song includes “You’ve got your nuclear boots And your drip dry glove?”
Week 2 Answer: “My Best Friend’s Girl” by The Cars
Week 2 Winner: Kenneth Chen
Week 3 (November 23 – 29) Question: On the awesome show Top Gear, what is Hamster’s favorite car?
Week 3 Answer: Pagani Zonda
Week 3 Winner: Paul Maatmann