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7/28/2017

TDM Systems Launches Solar Eclipse Twitter Contest

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Participants can tweet their most dramatic pictures of the solar eclipse August 21, 2017, for a chance to win a Wi-fi enabled radio.

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TDM Systems has announced the “Tweet ‘n Win” contest on Twitter. The company will award three prizes to the participants that provide the most dramatic and interesting photo of the August 21, 2017, solar eclipse, as chosen by TDM Systems. All winners will receive a Tivoli FM/Bluetooth/Wi-fi audio digital radio.

To win, a participant must

  1. Follow the company on Twitter @TDM_Systems.
  2. Tweet their favorite photos during the solar eclipse August 21, 2017, using the hashtag #tdmSolarEclipse and mentioning the company in the tweet.

Winners will be drawn on August 23, 2017. Once chosen, winners must provide full name and address to TDM Systems within 24 hours after notice.

As with all contests, certain rules must be followed. Persons who use multiple Twitter accounts to enter will be ineligible; likewise, multiple entries of the same or near same account will not be accepted. Postings without a picture of the eclipse will be disqualified. Minors and employees of TDM Systems are ineligible. There will be no cash alternative in place of prize.

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