Want an iPad? You gotta Beat the Booker. Updated with new clues. View Slideshow.

August 2, 2010 at 12:36 pm Leave a comment

Your chance to win an iPad3 million were sold in the first 80 days. You know you want an iPad too. Why pay $599 when you can win one this year at NBTA. That’s right, all you have to do is visit Rearden Commerce | booth 1673 at NBTA 2010 and play Beat the Booker for a shot at winning one of these amazing devices.[1]

Much like a well-trained Olympic athlete, you’ll better position yourself if you properly prepare for the hijinks. While we can’t give away the full details (you’ll have to visit booth 1673), over the next week we will be updating this posting with several photos that will act as clues. Be sure to bookmark this page, or simply follow us on Twitter in order to find out when a new clue gets posted.

Bonus points to anyone who guesses what we’re up to and shares it in the comments section below.

To get you started, here are the visual clues.

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[1] NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN.  A PURCHASE WILL NOT IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. See Official Rules available at https://carryingon.net/news/official-rules-beat-the-booker-contest/ for complete details. Contest is open only to registered attendees of the 2010 NBTA International Convention & Exposition, Houston, Texas (August 8-11, 2010) who are 18 years of age or older. To enter, be present at the Rearden Commerce booth (Booth No. 1673) at the convention at the top of the hour during any hour that the convention is open (excluding the opening hour of the convention). Void where prohibited.  Employees of Rearden Commerce, Inc., ExpenseWire LLC or Global Ground Automation, Inc., and their immediate families and individuals living in the same household are ineligible.

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