Does everyone know how a Superbowl box pool works?
You have a grid like this. There are 100 boxes available. Participants generally claim boxes by writing their names in them. In this case, I will put your logos in the boxes. Once all the boxes have been claimed, we pick numbers 0-9 at random and put them in that order along the top. Then we pick 0-9 at random again and put them in that order along the side.
Those numbers indicate what score would produce a victory for the owner of each box. If you have Pittsburgh 3, Green Bay 4, for example, you would be a winner with a score of Pittsburgh 23 – Green Bay 14, Pittsburgh 3 – Green Bay 24 or any other other score that ends in those two digits. Winners are generally declared at the end of each quarter.
Now, here’s how you get yourself a box.
Send me evidence of the following at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- .CO highlighted in some way on your domains page
- .CO as one of the top two TLDs presented in your search results
- Some sort of flag or highlight on .CO in your search results
- A promotional .CO price
- A campaign to your customers about .CO
Each one of these earns you one box.
Also send me a company logo so I can put it in each of your boxes.
I will post the populated grid by Friday prior to the Superbowl so you know what numbers you have. Watch the game on Sunday, February 6 to see if you win. Watch your sales on Monday, February 7 to see if you win again.
Winners of the first and third quarters get authentic OpenSRS fake sports team t-shirts and $50 Amazon.com gift cards. The halftime winner gets a t-shirt and a $100 gift card. The final score winner (whether that’s the end of regulation or overtime) gets a t-shirt, a $200 gift card and a Service Guy collectible action figure.
Let us know if anyone has any questions. Good luck!