Once I got a free MacBook Pro. Well, I had to spend 350 bones to get one, but I’d call that a win. No, I can’t teach you how, because they changed the rules. You’d probably have to spend $1000, and that wouldn’t be worth the headache (still getting calls once a year or so from folks claiming that I owe them money–but I kept the confirmation numbers confirming that I don’t. While I’m on this topic, don’t ever do business of any type with Active Periodicals. It’s a total scam.)
But I love my computer (typing this into my pseudo-free MacBook Pro)
My new mission in life is to score a free iPad. After noodling around on Jacq’s mom’s iPad this week, I can confirm that eventually I will own one. If I have to save up for it, I will.
If you agree with me that an iPad could be of great use for the Director of Social Media (ahem… me) in the Midsouth Region, then let’s make my quest for a free iPad a reality. An iPad is a reimbursable expense within Campus Crusade guidelines, but the catch is that we still have to raise that money with which we reimburse it. So if you give a one-time gift of 300 bones or so, and a friend of yours does the same, I’ve got enough money to get my iPad and reimburse it.
This is not the place or time to defend why I think it is a great purchase and will be a huge help in my new role. And if I’m being honest, there is about a 50/50 business to personal split in my motives for owning it. But if you are one of the folks that agrees with me that I should have one, let’s make it happen. Click here (and write a personal note where you mention the iPad)