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April 14, 2011

Win a 3A WWRP Mr. Frosty from Big Kev's Geek Stuff and Tenacious!

We are providing one of the brand-new ThreeA WWRp Large Martin Mr. Frosty 9-inch figures as a prize for a contest which will begin this weekend on the Sirius XM radio show "Big Kev's Geek Stuff" hosted by my buddies Kev and OG! 
Saturday night (April 15th) at midnight (EST) the episode will go live on Sirius 197 XM 202. 
If you don't have a Sirius account, you can click here to get a free trial. Or, you can sign up to get the podcast, download past shows on mp3/mp4, or sign up to their RSS feed.
So really, there are a number of ways to listen to the show.

Click thru to the Big Kev's Geek Stuff site for all the details and more info on these two geeks!

Here are more details about the contest from the OG himself:
The Podcast episode will go online Tuesday or so next week.  Because we've made the contest open to both the podcast and the satellite show, we've made it so entries are submitted via our voicemail line with a phrase the caller has to say and then we'll pick a winner out of all the entries.  (Voicemail number = 425-920-6050)
They will have to hear the show for the phrase.  But they can listen to either one to get it so it's really pretty easy to enter as we wanted to keep it open to anyone who wanted to enter. We've set a deadline for entries at 4/27/11 5pm est so that if there is a delay in listening to the podcast you can still have a chance to enter and win.

FriendsWithYou Rainbow City coming to NYC

FriendsWithYou is a design studio working in a variety of industries: they have designed some cool toys, like the kid-safe Wish Come True series of mini figures. They also put up these crazy 40-piece inflatable installations, and I was very excited to read in their newsletter that they are coming to NYC some time this summer! This is an event sponsored by AOL (yeah, that surprised me too- does anyone under the age of 60 use America Online anymore?) and further details are forthcoming. Namely, date and location. I'll post that info here as soon as I get it.