Crucial.com Announces Winners Of Its Apple Spending Spree Sweepstakes

Crucial.com, a leading online destination for memory upgrades, announced today the winners of its Apple Spending Spree Sweepstakes. Entrants were offered the chance to win either a Grand Prize of Apple gift cards worth $10,000 to be used in Apple retail and online stores, an award-winning Crucial solid state drive (SSD), or a memory upgrade from Crucial.com. The randomly selected winners of the 2012 Crucial.com Apple Spending Spree Sweepstakes are:
  • GRAND PRIZE ($10,000 worth of Apple gift cards) - Justin S. of Tunbridge Wells, UK
  • FIRST PRIZE (512GB SSD) - Ian M. of Nailsea, UK
  • RUNNER-UP (memory upgrade) - Robert S. of Coral Springs, FL

“We congratulate the contest winners and thank the entire Mac community for their continued trust in Crucial.com as a leading source for high-quality, guaranteed-compatible memory and storage,” said Fabrice Sabo, e-commerce marketing manager of Crucial.com. “Having serviced the Mac community for more than a decade, Crucial.com has a keen understanding of Mac systems and the distinct needs of the Mac user. Crucial memory and SSD upgrades enable more speed, effortless multitasking, and an enhanced multimedia experience for Mac users at a fraction of the cost of a new system.”

In addition to naming the contest winners, Crucial.com announced that it will match the grand prize with a $10,000 Apple gift card donation to TechSoup Global, a nonprofit organization that provides other nonprofits and libraries with the technology needed to fulfill their missions and serve their communities.

“We congratulate all of the winners and are thrilled that Crucial.com partnered with TechSoup Global to support our mission of providing nonprofits with the technology, knowledge, and resources they need to operate at their full potential,” said Gayle Samuelson Carpentier, Chief Business Development Officer of TechSoup Global. “We are very excited to put this prize to work for deserving organizations.”

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