What is YOUREKA! Yahoo! Singapore has launched an online and offline contest that’s not only loads of fun but gives you a chance to win adidas merchandise.
Youreka! treasure hunting is simple. All you have to do is spot a colored Ticket – Red, Blue or Green – hidden on Yahoo! Singapore. Register online and you’ll receive a confirmation email that you can exchange for a corresponding Tag to redeem a special premium from Yahoo! and adidas.
Want to win yourself a pair of F1 Rocks tickets for Friday, 25th September 2009 worth S$390? 24seven is giving out 2 pairs of F1 Rocks tickets for Friday, 25th September 2009 to 2 bloggers. The concert on Friday features stars like ZZ Top, No Doubt, Simple Minds and N*E*R*D.
Here is what you have to do to win those juicy tickets!
Another charity post to accumulate my good karma. Brother will have a charity auction this Friday, 31st July 2009 at the Brother Customer Service Centre located on Level 1, Gateway East, 152 Beach Road, Singapore 189721.
This charity Auction is to raise funds for Brotherâs adopted charity organization: Asian Women Welfare Association (AWWA). The Asian Women’s Welfare Association (AWWA) is a registered voluntary welfare organization that has a membership body, its own constitution and by-laws. AWWA was established in 1970 and has been maintaining comprehensive programs that target children, youth, adults and families to empower them by maximizing their potential for independence. As a charitable organization they do not receive regular corporate support and hence Brother Singapore is the âpioneerâ of corporate participation in AWWA activities.
BlogOut 2009 will be held on the 6th & 7th March 2009 from 10.30 am to 5.30 pm. It will be held at 8Q, Singapore Art Museum, 8 Queen Street, Singapore 188535. There will be 2 tracks namely the Corporate Track (6th & 7th March 2009) and the Open Track (7th March 2009). The Corporate Track cost S$90 per person (promotion till 28th February 2009), the usual price is S$120. The Open Track is free and open to the public but registration is required.
Organized by The Digital Movement (TDM), Blogout! â09 aims to help make sense of the social media landscape in Singapore. It is an event to celebrate bloggers’ independent voices, emergent forms of social, web technology, to create change for their organizations, communities, and society.