Enter the Grammarly.com T-shirt Slogan Contest: “[Not so] Proper Grammar.”
Grammarly, the world’s leading software suite for perfecting written English, is announcing the opening of its new online store at www.Grammarly.net. Grammarly’s Company Store offers a range of grammar-related products and apparel with slogans such as, “Don’t abbrev.” and “Don’t use no double negatives.”
In conjunction with its online store opening, Grammarly is launching a t-shirt slogan contest on Facebook. Fans are invited to share their wittiest suggestions for a t-shirt slogan around the theme, “[Not so] Proper Grammar.” The winner will receive a Grammarly t-shirt adorned with the slogan, and a $200 shopping spree in the Grammarly Company Store.
Grammarly’s [Not so] Proper Grammar contest will take place from February 4, 2013 at 8:00 a.m. PT through February 18, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. PT. To enter, participants must “Like” Grammarly’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/grammarly), and then:
Visit the contest tab
Enter a t-shirt slogan and your email address
Click “submit entry”
Each participant may each submit two contest entries. Winners will be determined by popular vote, and anyone may vote for one entry per day for the duration of the contest. The contest is open to participants in the United States and internationally, but you must live in one of Zazzle’s international shipping destinations to receive your prize. Profane submissions will be disqualified.
Grammarly (www.grammarly.com) improves communication among the world’s 2+ billion English writers. Its flagship product, the Grammarly Editor, corrects contextual spelling mistakes, checks for more than 250 common grammar errors, and enhances vocabulary usage. Grammarly is a privately-held company with headquarters in San Francisco, California. Learn more about the Grammarly.
Compete in Questia’s “Citation Showdown” and Win Up to $500!
Questia.com, the Internet’s home for conducting, high-quality, comprehensive research, is searching for the best and most correct use of citations via their contest the Questia “Citation Showdown.” Submit your bibliography for consideration by December 31, 2012 for your chance to win the $500 first prize!
Entering the contest is quick and easy! All you need to do is to submit a bibliography, that:
- Incorporates at least three citations, one of which must be from a current source (Published within the past 12 months);
- Is formatted in an APA, MLA or Chicago style;
- Has a subject selected from Questia’s list of Research Topics; and
- Is in one of the following formats—Microsoft Word, Open Office or Adobe PDF.
For more information on the contest, and how to enter, click here.
Questia.com can help by saving you valuable time on research papers and projects. Questia provides time-saving research tools, like automatic bibliography creation, highlights, notes, citations and more, all designed with the research process in mind.
Grammarly.com, the world’s most accurate grammar and writing checker, can help verify and check citations. Grammarly finds unoriginal text in your writing before it gets you into trouble. By checking for plagiarism against a database of over 8 billion documents, Grammarly not only brings borrowed texts to light, but also suggests citations.