And the winner of the Cisco Flip MinoHD camera giveaway at Homeland Secure IT is…
Now for the moment you have been waiting for… Drum roll please…..
Well first I will explain what we were doing for those who don’t have a clue.
A few months ago, Homeland Secure IT entered a contest on Brickfish.com that was put on by Cisco… It was called “Heros of the Human Network”, which had businesses and organizations put up a reason why they should win something from Cisco. We entered, and then posted that we had entered on Facebook, Twitter and MySpace, and a few websites… We asked that everyone go vote for us, and they did. Not only did they vote, they reposted our request, and though we didn’t win the 5 thousand dollars from Cisco, we won a Cisco Flip MinoHD camcorder!!!!
We decided that since we already have a Flip, we would give it away to the same people who had supported us and helped us win it!
These are cool little cameras. Full 720p digital camcorder that you can slip in your pocket with built-in software to allow you to make quick edits and upload to your favorite site like YouTube.com. I have a lot of fun with mine, and the winner will also have fun with theirs I am sure!
To determine a winner, I took the list of people who are on our mailing list, and those who subscribe to this blog, and ran a random number generator to pick a number that corresponded to the list of subscribers. 15 was the lucky number!
Andrea Bennett was lucky number 15 and she has been notified via email. Should Andrea not respond, we will just give it to someone else, but my money is on a quick response from her!
Thank you to everyone for playing along in our little game! Who knows, maybe we can do it again sometime soon!!!! Have a great week…Tags: Cisco, Cisco Flip MinoHD, Contest, experiment, fun, Greenville, Homeland Secure IT, John Hoyt, John M. Hoyt, JohnMHoyt, SC, social media, Twitter, Upstate, Vote, Winner, www.HomelandSecureIT.com