Friday, September 21, 2012

Win a $5 Starbucks Gift Card for the best topiat collection this week

Win a $5 Starbucks Gift Card by making the best collection on topiat over the next week. Collections will be judged based on attractiveness, creativity, and utility. All new collections created during this competition week will be automatically entered and eligible to win.

The week long competition starts this Friday, September 7th. We are running several of these. Check out these great collections for inspiration: A 20-Something’s Guide to Surviving, Design, 90’s Alternative Rock. We look forward to seeing your wonderful collections!

Details
Competition Start: Friday, September 7th 2012 at midnight
Competition End: Friday, September 14th 2012 at midnight

Competition Start: When the email is sent out
Competition End:
One week later
Winner Announcement: within 7 days of the end of the competition.

Gift Card Delivery
The winner will receive their gift card via email from the Starbucks eGift Card service. The Starbucks eGift Card will be sent to the email address used to register with topiat.com. You can update your email address is your account settings if you need to.

Rules
For a collection to be eligible:
- it must be created during the competition week. Previously created collections are not eligible.
- it must contain new content added by the collection owner. Using previously added content or content added by other users will disqualify the collection.
- it must not be made by a member of the topiat team.


Please post in the comments field with any questions. If you are particularly proud of the collection you make during this competition period, post a link to it in the comments field too.

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