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PowerColor Giveaway for Launch of PowerColor Club

| Contests & Giveaways News | Posted: May 5, 2006 2:30 am

Tul Corp (makers of PowerColor ATI cards) have just opened the doors to the "PowerColor Club" which comprises a wide range of services for registered members in the way of news, contests, downloads, giveaways, etc. - Whats more, it's FREE to sign up for membership.

 

There's also been some incentive added for everyone to get involved in the club, with Tul Corp giving away 5 new PowerColor X800 GTOs to the 1st, 100th, 300th, 500th and 1000th persons who've signed up.

 

Unfortunately the word was passed on a little late (having recieved details of the giveaway several days after the opening on 1st May) but there could well still be 4 cards with noone's name on 'em yet so hop to it and be in with a chance for the freebie!

 



Taipei, Taiwan - May 1st, 2006 - Tul Corporation, leading provider of graphic cards, officially announce the worldwide launch of the PowerColor Club on May 1st, 2006 (10AM PST) . The 1st, 100th, 300th, 500th and 1000th persons to sign up for a FREE membership will receive a PowerColor X800 GTO valued at US$150. Upon joining the club, members will receive a wide range of services.

 

PowerColor Club members will receive exclusive news on events and offerings on contests, downloads and giveaways. Up-to-date information on the latest news from PowerColor will be posted in the member area or delivered straight to the inbox. Members also have a chance to voice their opinion on a voting forum that is updated periodically.

 

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