2014 AAC Awareness Month Giveaway
Could it really be October already?! Let’s start off AAC Awareness Month with a giveaway.
We are so grateful to the following organizations for donating raffle prizes for this drawing. Please take a moment to thank them.
- Appy Therapy
- Choice Works/Bee Visual
- Hump Software
- Lesson Pix
- News 2 You
- Safe N Sound Mobile
- Smarty Ears
- Speak For Yourself
- Speak MODalities
- Speech Tree Apps
- Therapy Box
How Does It Work?
- We use Rafflecopter to administer the giveaways. All entries made through there will be counted toward our drawings.
- Once we’ve drawn our winners, we’ll send an email to each one. You’ll need to be a good sport to play along because we’re not going to get into requests for specific prizes or substitutions. (As I learned from wise-beyond-her-years Pauleen, “You get what you get, and you don’t get upset.” Love that!)
- The winners will have 3 days to respond to our email.
- We’ll send out the prizes.
The Fine Print
- Winners have 3 days to respond to the email with prize notification. On day 4th after the notification was sent, we will draw a new winner for that prize. Check your spam filters so you don’t miss our notification.
- Tech Support: Regrettably, we can’t provide it. If you have trouble with Twitter or Facebook or anything like that, you’ll have to rely on your problem-solving skills to FIO (figure it out). We’re new to a lot of this ourselves, so we probably wouldn’t be much help anyway.
- In the event of unforeseen difficulties with prize donors or other things that give us grief, we reserve the right to make prize substitutions.
- What if you don’t like or need your prize? There’s probably someone in your community who does. Consider donating it to a local school, hospital, clinic, or library. We won’t be making substitutions based on winners’ preferences. (Sorry, folks. We gotta leave some time in the day for our real jobs.
- The app codes that were donated are for the US app store.
- iPads are not included.
- We are not responsible for prizes that get lost in the mail.
Filed under: PrAACtical Thinking
This post was written by Carole Zangari