Simple, no-obligation contest features the in-demand Nintendo Wii
November 5, 2008 (Greenwood, Ind.)—Predictions of reduced consumer spending this holiday season may leave shoppers longing for high-dollar, high-impact gifts to place under the tree. They can stretch gift-buying budgets by entering contests-like the one offered by Noobie. In exchange for entering their name and email address at https://www.noobie.com/wiicontest, visitors will be entered to win a free Nintendo Wii game system with a retail value of $250. Visit the site for more details.
Noobie also gives entrants the option to earn up to five additional contest entries by inviting friends to enter the contest. Entrants simply enter their friends’ email addresses on the contest entry page then Noobie will follow up by sending an email with contest details. All entries must be received by December 12, 2008, and the winner’s name will be posted to the site on or around December 14, 2008.
For technology “noobies” who want help with holiday shopping, the site also features objective information about choosing and using a Wii and other technologies, games and gadgets. Or, visit the “What’s Noo” blog to see how site founder Patric Welch, a technology guru also known as Mr. Noobie, will battle extra holiday pounds using the Nintendo Wii’s personal fitness application, Wii Fit.
About Noobie: Noobie was founded in 2006 by Patric Welch to help consumers and businesses choose and use technologies to enhance work and life. The company specializes in educating and coaching “noobies,” people who are inexperienced with a particular technology. Help and advice is available for everything from household electronics, computers and entertainment systems to emerging technologies and gadgets. The Web site, https://www.noobie.com, offers informative articles, insightful blog entries, entertaining audio and video podcasts and online coaching. Consumers in the Indianapolis area also have access to educational classes and hands-on consulting.