By David Averbach on Tue, 04/05/2011
Our iPad engraving contest has come to an end. Thanks to everyone who participated. Without further ado, here are the winners of an Incipio iPad 2 Case:
L/Cpl Robert M. Ysguerra and Capt. George Meerdink USMC
"I’m a 65 year old dinosaur and in 1969 I served as an infantry officer in the US Marine Corps in Vietnam. My iPad 2 was ordered with the names of L/Cpl Robert M. Ysguerra and Capt. George Meerdink USMC inscribed on the back in their memories. They gave all they had for this country."
Twitter winner is @Richard__Lewis http://twitter.com/Richard_Lewis
Roses are Red, Vilots are blue, This IPad 2 is for you!
We also have several honarable mentions who we will be giving free issues of iPhone Life magazine!
Honorable mention for Facebook
“Ambition is the last vestige of failure.”
Honorable mentions on Twitter go to:
"Kitty Code's Hurricane Tracker and TQ Treasure Detector"
"here's to the crazy ones"
All the winners and honorable mentions please email your mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you your case ASAP!
Did you know you can have Apple engrave a special message on the back of your new iPad 2? We think that is ripe for a Contest! What are you having engraved on yours? Is it a special message for a loved one, or a funny expression you want the world to see?
We are running two concurrent contests - one for Twitter and one for Facebook! To enter the contest on Facebook, visit http://www.facebook.com/iPhoneLifeMagazine and click on the new contest tab. To enter the contest on twitter mention @iphonelife and include the hashtag #contest. Winners will be announced on March 31st on Facebook, Twitter and on an iPhoneLife.com blog. Below are the official rules.
Rules for entry: Standard English Characters only, 70 character limit, two lines of 35 each, no profanity, deletion discretion retained by iPhone Life staff. Twitter submissions will need to mention @iphonelife and include the hashtag #contest. Highest number of Retweets wins. Facebook submissions will be judged by number of votes received.