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Everyone likes a good contest, and Directions Magazine readers are no exception to this rule. Periodically, Directions Magazine offers a contest to our loyal readers. Below you'll find a list of upcoming and past contests.

Current and Upcoming Contests

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Past Contests

Retweet our Articles

March 1, 2012 - March 31, 2012

Retweet our articles for a chance to win a $10 Starbucks Gift Card. 10 people that retweet during the month of March will be chosen at random to win.

Congratulations to the the winners of the Directions Magazine Retweet contest:

@AidData
@EsriCareers
@InfotechENG
@BizBreakRadio
@lidar_geek
@GISDoctor
@bradav
@ItsSifa
@KealasCoffee
@robertwcarroll



Real Estate Industry Webinar Series: Win a Kindle Fire

January 1, 2012 - March 6, 2012

One lucky attendee will be chosen at the end of the last webinar to receive an Amazon Kindle Fire! Register for a chance to win.

The winner of the Register and Win a Kindle Fire Contest:

  • Stacy Salladay
    Springfield, OR


New subscriber to Directions Daily Newsletter

January 1, 2012 - February 29, 2012

Sign-up as a subscriber to Directions Daily Newsletter. One lucky subscriber will be chosen to receive an Amazon Kindle Fire! Get the Daily Newsletter with the latest technology headlines and feature articles.

Here is the winner of the Directions Daily Newsletter Kindle Contest:

  • Kyle Dalton
    Carnesville, GA


Readers Survey 2011

November 1, 2011 - November 30, 2011

Take the Directions Magazine Reader's Survey. Win one of three Amazon Kindle Fires. (takes less than 5 minutes).

Here are the winners from Directions Magazine's 2011 Readers Survey:

  • Robert Moore
    Medina, OH
     
  • Dianne Saunders
    Raleigh, NC
     
  • Dan Nice
    Rochester, NY
     


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