We like giving away free stuff. It’s fun. Today we’re giving away 4 tickets to see the folk-rock-blues icon Bonnie Raitt in concert next Monday, May 14th
at the Tennessee Theatre. Over the past few weeks, we’ve had a short survey posted on our site. Fill it out and you were entered to win. Today, we’re happy to announce that the winners are…
Eric Sexton of Jacksboro, TN and Jennie Johnson of Cleveland, TN!
Eric and Jennie will each receive 2 tickets, front and center on the 7th
row, and a gift card for dinner to Bonefish Grill.
Congratulations Eric and Jennie! Thanks for participating and enjoy the show!
It’s three days before Christmas. If you haven’t already sent your Christmas card to Great Aunt Bethany, odds are she’s going cardless on the 25th
. Don’t worry though; your smartphone can save your conscience the unnecessary burden and still make Great Auntie B feel like you couldn’t wait to send her your festive holiday vibes.
Below are a few holiday iPhone e-card apps that can save Christmas. From Mashable
We’re giving away an Amazon Kindle Fire to someone who shares their Thanksgiving story with us.
Capture your Thanksgiving weekend story on camera and share the picture with us on Facebook or Twitter! Did your crazy Uncle burn the deck with the turkey fryer…again? Does your dad still insist on dressing up like a pilgrim at the meal? Or was it a beautifully uneventful day with your returned soldier finally at the table? Take a picture and share it with us.
The Claris team will vote on each picture and the winner will be given a brand new Amazon Kindle Fire!
How to Enter:
The second of the internet streaming boxes in the Claris Holiday Giveaway (full details here
) is undoubtedly the most hyped of the trio; the Boxee Box by D-Link. Boxee
has a huge internet following and is quickly becoming the
HTPC user interface of choice. Boxee makes applications for Windows, Mac, and Linux that create a nice user experience while sitting on the couch and looks great from across the room. This allows you to hook up a computer to your TV and not necessarily have the Windows or Mac desktop showing on your TV, but more of a simplified user friendly look and feel. Enter the Boxee Box. Now you don’t even need the computer, you simply hook this box up to your TV and you’re ready to go.