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12 Days of Giveaways Starts Now! Join Our 12 Twitter Days of Christmas!

Posted December 6, 2012    Qui Cao

Say hello to holiday fun and frolic! Starting TODAY, we’re running our 2nd Annual 12 Twitter Days of Christmas campaign! It’s time to celebrate the season of magic and what a better way to do so than with 12 days of giveaways from BeyondTrust?

How to Participate in BeyondTrust’s 12 Twitter Days of Christmas:

Here’s how it works; each day, for the next 12 days, we’ll post a new Day of Christmas tweet. Throughout that day, you have full reign to tweet, promote and share that Day of Christmas tweet as often as you like. If you miss the tweets in the live feed just go to Twitter.com/BeyondTrust and you can retweet directly from there! At random, we’ll be selecting a winner for each Day of Christmas who will be awarded with an Amazon gift card. On December 21st, the last day of the campaign, we’ll give away a grand prize of an iPad mini! How’s that for Christmas spirit?

One winner will be announced daily through Twitter (Dec 6 – Dec 21)! No purchase necessary and must be a follower of @BeyondTrust to participate.

We’ll also be posting the daily tweets here so check back for updates! So what are you waiting for? Start tweeting our 12 Twitter Days of Christmas and you could be on your way to winning!

Get Tweeting Now!

12/6: On the first day of Christmas BeyondTrust gave to me Context-Aware Security. The winner is @therantinggeek!

12/7: On the second day of Christmas BeyondTrust gave to me two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The winner is @ETardieu!

12/10: On the third day of Christmas BeyondTrust gave to me three Server Compliances, two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The winner is @Kelly62u!

12/11: On the fourth day of Christmas BeyondTrust gave to me four Databases, three Server Compliances, two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The winner is @itsecuritymgr!

12/12: On the fifth day of Christmas BeyondTrust gave to me five Retina Insights, four Databases, three Server Compliances, two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The winner is @Xsimpa!

12/13: On the sixth day of Christmas BeyondTrust gave to me six Identity Services, five Retina Insights, four Databases, three Server Compliances, two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The winner is @MattLGraves!

12/14: On the seventh day of Christmas BeyondTrust gave to me seven PowerBrokers, six Identity Services, five Retina Insights, four Databases, three Server Compliances, two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The winner is @AFairch!

12/17: On the eighth BeyondTrust gave to me eight Password Safes, seven PowerBrokers, six Identity Services, five Retina Insights, four Databases, three Server Compliances, two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The winner is @LukeDonoho!

12/18: On the ninth BeyondTrust gave to me nine Compliance Reports, eight Password Safes, seven PowerBrokers, six Identity Services, five Retina Insights, four Databases, three Server Compliances, two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The winner is @lubinski!

12/19: On the tenth day of Christmas BeyondTrust gave to me ten Cloud Assets,  nine Compliance Reports, eight Password Safes, seven PowerBrokers, six Identity Services, five Retina Insights, four Databases, three Server Compliances, two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The winner is @jsg1818!

12/20: On the eleventh day of Christmas BeyondTrust gave to me eleven Network Securities, ten Cloud Assets,  nine Compliance Reports, eight Password Safes, seven PowerBrokers, six Identity Services, five Retina Insights, four Databases, three Server Compliances, two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The winner is @HaroldBanks2!

12/21: On the twelfth day of Christmas BeyondTrust gave to me twelve Product Demos, eleven Network Securities, ten Cloud Assets,  nine Compliance Reports, eight Password Safes, seven PowerBrokers, six Identity Services, five Retina Insights, four Databases, three Server Compliances, two Privilege Managements and some Context-Aware Security. The grand prize winner is @ryansmith298!

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One Response to “12 Days of Giveaways Starts Now! Join Our 12 Twitter Days of Christmas!”

  1. Kelly

    Super thanks!!!

    December 12, 2012 5:02:44, Reply

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