I know this post is late – but I wanted to announce the winner of the US iTunes Promo Code for Chuck the Ball, from my review yesterday.
But first – I want to let everyone know that not only will iPhoneFan be attending the Twestival Vancouver (and giving away a Portable DVD player on behalf of this site), but I’ll also be in attendance of Twestival Toronto and am providing several Tweetie iPhone Apps as prizes throughout the night. Big thanks to the Tweetie people for donating Promo Codes! For those not familiar yet with Twestival, please visit Twestival.com to learn more about this event in support of Charity: Water.
So if you’re attending TwestivalTO, feel free to follow me on Twitter (@ChantelleJoytwt) and look out for all the prizes being given out all night long!
And now – a big congrats to Brian, who won the Promo code for Chuck The Ball! Stay tuned for future App reviews and giveaways!
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