The Busy Season 2012 iPad Giveaway: Week 3

 

TPTB, in their neverending quest for world domination, have asked me to remind you that we have now entered Week 3 of the Busy Season 2012 iPad Giveaway. 
 
Since many of you probably ignored last week's promo post, this is how you enter: If you’re not currently signed up for the eNewsletter, go to the homepage and sign up at the top of the page or follow this link, enter your information, and you’ll be entered to win this week’s drawing.
 
Now, then. If you're already signed up, all you have to do is refer three of your friends to sign up and you’ll be entered to win. Be sure to point them to the full sign-up form and remind them, pretty please, to put YOUR email in the referrer line, so that you’re entered to win. 
 
I realize I'm a week behind announcing this but for those curious, our Week 1 winner was Mark H., a Big 4 auditor in the Bay Area. Mark was pretty distraught over the 49ers loss but the news of a new iPad managed to improve his Monday. Mark says that he reads Going Concern "religiously" and if he had one wish it would be "to tutor Adrienne so she could finally get her CPA." Oh, is that what the kids are calling it these days? If so, good luck, Mark. You'd get more than you bargained for there. Anyway, I'll be contacting the Week 2 winner momentarily. 
 
Here are the Official (or as official as anything gets around here) Rules and Guidelines if you find that sort of thing interesting. As you were.

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