Win a Patriot Intel Extreme Masters Memory Kit

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HTL Patriot Memory Contest 712

HiTech Legion is celebrating the launch of our new totally redesigned web presence and Patriot Memory is just as excited about it as we are. What is the best way to celebrate? You guessed it, a contest. One fortunate member of HiTech Legion will be one of the first to win a Patriot Intel Extreme Masters Dual Channel 8GB 1600MHz Memory Kit.

Let the celebration begin!
We spent quite a few sleepless nights developing the new Legion web presence and we are pleased that it is finally unveiled. To help us celebrate Patriot Memory is sponsoring an 8 GB 1600 MHz Memory Kit of their recently launched Intel Extreme Masters Series.
We feel that you will enjoy the look and feel of the new Legion that we are not requiring any participation in order to enter this contest. All you will need to do is be a registered member of HiTech Legion, like HiTech Legion on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or be a subscriber to our YouTube Channel. Any of these combinations will work. As a registered member of all four you will receive four entries. This means you receive an entry for each entity of HiTech Legion to which you belong.
Can you earn more entries? Yes. By logging onto the HiTech Legion website on a daily basis, by participating in our forums and by completing different challenges we post throughout the contest.

**UPDATE**
This Contest will end on Saturday 8/4/12 - **DATE CHANGE**
All entries must be in by 8/5/12 @ 9 PM EDT

Official Rules:
The contest will officially begin Wednesday 7/25/12 and end at 11:00 PM EST on Tuesday 8/7/12. You have until Thursday 8/9/12 at 9:00 PM EDT to submit your e-mail entry.

How to Enter (Required):
You can enter by being a member of HiTech Legion, Facebook, Twitter or YouTube, (or any combination of the 4)
HiTech Legion
Facebook
YouTube
Twitter

How does this work?
• You will receive on entry for each HiTech Legion publication you are a member of by sending in an email with your contact information (see below).
• You can receive extra entries by completing extra tasks provided throughout the contest.

Extra Entries:
During the contest HiTech Legion will be posting tasks to be completed (example: Hidden Word, retweets, Facebook posts, etc.). For each completed task you will receive 1 extra entry. By logging onto the HiTech Legion website on a daily basis you will receive an additional 14 entries. (Logins will be checked) Forum participation has its privileges; you can earn 1 entry for every 5 contributory posts or start of a new thread. (The Legion staff has the right to determine what is and what is not contributory)

How to send in entries:
• Send in entries to contest (at) hitechlegion.com
• Your entry will be one email sent before 9PM EDT on 8/9/12
• Include all links to extra tasks.
• Include your HTL username, your Facebook name, YouTube name and Twitter name. (If you follow us on all, you should include all)
• Include your full contact information, name, address and phone # (Any entry received without full contact info. will be disqualified)
• Entries sent any other HiTech Legion email address than the one listed above will be disqualified.

Note:
1. Multiple Accounts are against Policy and Regulations. Duplicate IPs will be banned.
2. You must be at least 13 years of age to enter.
3. One entry per household.
4. HiTech Legion employees are not eligible.

Note on Shipping: HTL appreciates all our international forum members. HTL is paying for the shipping on these prizes so non-US/Canada winners will have to pay for any shipping costs over $25 US.

Task # 1 7/29/12

Post a link to this contest on your Facebook Page for an extra Entry.

 

Task # 2 Hidden Word 8/1/12

Extreme Masters

 

 

 

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