Remember when you had time to relax and do the crossword puzzle in your local newspaper? Um…. okay, remember newspapers? Well, ZCorum is asking you to dust off your puzzle-solving skills and take our “Solving the Broadband Puzzle” challenge! Don’t worry. It’s not nearly as tough as the Saturday New York Times crossword. If you’re a cable guy or gal you probably know most of the answers off the top of your head. Plus, if you’re going to the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo in Orlando, solving the puzzle gives you a chance to win the new Nexus 7 tablet from Google!
Once you answer all the crossword puzzle clues you’ll get a secret code needed to enter the contest. Enter that code in the registration form below, then stop by ZCorum’s booth (number #118) at the Cable-Tec Expo. Check-in with our team and you’ll be entered for a chance to win the Nexus 7. And, your chances of winning will be pretty darn good. Only those who complete the puzzle and stop by our booth will be placed in the drawing.
Let’s review. Here’s how you enter:
- Correctly answer the clues in the above crossword puzzle
- Note the secret code that’s unlocked when you complete the puzzle
- Complete the entry form by including your name, company and the secret code
- We’ll then have you down as entered, so just head over to booth #118 when you’re at SCTE and check in with a ZCorum team member
- Cross your fingers in hopes that you’ll win!
You can also download a printable version of the crossword, fill it out and bring it by the booth to enter. Or, if you forget everything I’ve told you, just remember ZCorum or booth # 118. We’ll have puzzles there you can complete, and you can probably even get some help from a ZCorum team member on any answers you’re not sure of. In fact, if you’re completing the puzzle on-line and get stuck, give us a call at 800-909-9441 and I’m sure one of our folks will give you a hint or two.
Remember, only those attending the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012 in Orlando can win. Only one (1) entry per email address. Good luck, and we’ll see you at SCTE!