Capitol Holds Social Media Sweepstakes

January 24, 2013
Capitol has revealed a bi-weekly social media giveaway program. Beginning on Monday, January 21, 2012, and every other Monday following that, those who “Like” Capitol’s Facebook page or follow the company on Twitter at @Capitol_Sales will be invited to enter an online contest to win a high value prize.

“With the increasing popularity of social networking, it seemed fitting that we accelerate our use of Facebook and Twitter as tools for connecting and communicating with our customers,” said Curt Hayes, president and CFO of Capitol. “And these giveaways are an added incentive to encourage customers to engage with us on those platforms.”
 
The first prize will be a Wilson Model 801242 MobilePro Wireless Cellular Signal Booster, a retail value of $229.95. Two weeks later, on February 4, the prize will be a pair of KEF Model CI160SR 6.5-inch Ceiling Speakers, a retail value of $299.99. Subsequent prizes will be announced as the giveaways continue.
 
Only one entry is allowed per giveaway. Visitors who click on the Facebook or Twitter links will be taken to an entry page that records name, address, phone and email contact information. 
 
The prize will be awarded to a randomly drawn entry, pulled from both Facebook fans and Twitter entrants, and announced the following Friday.
 

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