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Contest: Win tickets to SCREENS 2011

Since last year's successful FITC Mobile conference in Toronto, mobile development and the devices which support it have exploded. So this year FITC has transformed the event into SCREENS, covering all things involved in mobile, tablet and set top box development. Jam packed with information and a massive networking opportunity, SCREENS consists of presentations, demonstrations and panel discussions. It's one of the only events in the world designed for developers of all platforms of screen content. With some of the most interesting and engaging presenters from around the world, it's two days and nights that will leave attendees inspired, energized and awed.

Early bird tickets for the two day event start at $109 for students to $299 for regular folk. Since blogTO is a sponsor of the event this year, we've managed to land two festival passes that we'll be giving away to two very lucky winners. Keep reading for details on how one of these passes could be yours!

HOW TO WIN
Want to win one of the two festival passes, just follow these instructions:

Step 1: On your Twitter, tweet why we should choose you as the winner. Make sure to include a link to this post as well as the #SCREENSBLOGTO

Step 2: Make sure you're following blogTO so that we can contact you should you be selected as the winner.

And that's it! Make sure to complete the above two steps by 5pm tomorrow (October 13th). We'll then select and contact all winners by 5pm on Friday. Winners will be selected based on who we think provides the best reasons why they should win the passes. Please note: this contest is only open to Toronto-area residents. Once contacted, winners must provide us with a Toronto phone number and working email address.

PRIZE DETAILS
The winner of the contest will receive a works ticket which includes access to the conference, one of four workshops and the evening networking event.

MORE DETAILS ABOUT SCREENS 2011


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