Jul1 | 2009
categories: Prizes & Discounts | tags: ,

Win Stuff

We did a mega giveaway to celebrate iPhone 3GS recently. We plan to do more giveaways on the Griffin blog (by RSS or email), Twitter, MySpace and Facebook soon. Be sure to friend, follow and subscribe to us for details.

When people used to win prizes, the conversation would often end after the prize was shipped. Today things are so much better, because winners can easily share photos, videos, blog posts and tweets showing what they won. Not only is it great for the winners, but it’s also nice for the contest host. We love to see your smiling faces!

Chris Peters and his wife Andrea, recent winners of our $500 shopping spree, were kind enough to share a video of their un-boxing. They also wrote a great blog post entitled Sometimes You Do Win. Enjoy the products!

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  • Anonymous

    I am definitely jealous!

  • Josh_iPhone_Photography

    Drool!

    The Power Duo Reserve would be awesome to have!

  • janierocks

    I am so jealous now :(

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    Hello!

    Hi!

    I just made a loan to someone in Bolivia using a revolutionary new website called Kiva (http://www.kiva.org).

    You can go to Kiva's website and lend to someone across the globe who needs a loan for their business – like raising goats, selling vegetables at market or making bricks. Each loan has a picture of the entrepreneur, a description of their business and how they plan to use the loan so you know exactly how your money is being spent – and you get updates letting you know how the entrepreneur is going.

    The best part is, when the entrepreneur pays back their loan you get your money back – and Kiva's loans are managed by microfinance institutions on the ground who have a lot of experience doing this, so you can trust that your money is being handled responsibly.

    I just made a loan to an entrepreneur named 28 De Julio Group in Bolivia. They still need another $1,900.00 to complete their loan request of $4,950.00 (you can loan as little as $25.00!). Help me get this entrepreneur off the ground by clicking on the link below to make a loan to 28 De Julio Group too:

    http://www.kiva.org/app.php?page=businesses&act

    It's finally easy to actually do something about poverty – using Kiva I know exactly who my money is loaned to and what they're using it for. And most of all, I know that I'm helping them build a
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    Join me in changing the world – one loan at a time.

    Thanks!

    ———————————————————
    What others are saying about http://www.Kiva.org:

    'Revolutionising how donors and lenders in the US are connecting with small entrepreneurs in developing countries.'
    – BBC

    'If you've got 25 bucks, a PC and a PayPal account, you've now got the wherewithal to be an international financier.'
    – CNN Money

    'Smaller investors can make loans of as little as $25 to specific individual entrepreneurs through a service launched last fall by Kiva.org.'
    – The Wall Street Journal

    'An inexpensive feel-good investment opportunity…All loaned funds go directly to the applicants, and most loans are repaid in full.'
    – Entrepreneur Magazine
    Check it out!
    https://www.kiva.org/app.php?page=register&_isc

  • http://www.griffintechnology.com/connect Dave Delaney

    Hello!

    Hi!

    I just made a loan to someone in Bolivia using a revolutionary new website called Kiva (http://www.kiva.org).

    You can go to Kiva's website and lend to someone across the globe who needs a loan for their business – like raising goats, selling vegetables at market or making bricks. Each loan has a picture of the entrepreneur, a description of their business and how they plan to use the loan so you know exactly how your money is being spent – and you get updates letting you know how the entrepreneur is going.

    The best part is, when the entrepreneur pays back their loan you get your money back – and Kiva's loans are managed by microfinance institutions on the ground who have a lot of experience doing this, so you can trust that your money is being handled responsibly.

    I just made a loan to an entrepreneur named 28 De Julio Group in Bolivia. They still need another $1,900.00 to complete their loan request of $4,950.00 (you can loan as little as $25.00!). Help me get this entrepreneur off the ground by clicking on the link below to make a loan to 28 De Julio Group too:

    http://www.kiva.org/app.php?page=businesses&act

    It's finally easy to actually do something about poverty – using Kiva I know exactly who my money is loaned to and what they're using it for. And most of all, I know that I'm helping them build a
    sustainable business that will provide income to feed, clothe, house and educate their family long after my loan is paid back.

    Join me in changing the world – one loan at a time.

    Thanks!

    ———————————————————
    What others are saying about http://www.Kiva.org:

    'Revolutionising how donors and lenders in the US are connecting with small entrepreneurs in developing countries.'
    – BBC

    'If you've got 25 bucks, a PC and a PayPal account, you've now got the wherewithal to be an international financier.'
    – CNN Money

    'Smaller investors can make loans of as little as $25 to specific individual entrepreneurs through a service launched last fall by Kiva.org.'
    – The Wall Street Journal

    'An inexpensive feel-good investment opportunity…All loaned funds go directly to the applicants, and most loans are repaid in full.'
    – Entrepreneur Magazine
    Check it out!
    https://www.kiva.org/app.php?page=register&_isc