Why the contests?
The full potential of GeoPrac.net as a resource for geotechnical engineers and engineering geologists has yet to be realized. I hope that with increased participation the usefulness and popularity of the site will increase as well. These contests will be aimed at getting people comfortable with the process and greasing the wheels so to speak. For help with how to leave comments, refer to the commenting on posts page.
- Contest is open to residents of the U.S. 18-yrs and up. (We’re starting off slow with this contest, maybe others will be opened up to our visitors from outside the U.S.)
- Retail Price $59.99.
- Comments must be posted by January 31, 2009, 11:49 PM CST and should comply with the rules for commenting.
- Multiple comments are ok, but only one entry in the contest will be allowed per person (enforced by our army of artificial intelligence robots).
- Comments must be clean (strictly enforced) and on-topic (loosly enforced). The Editor reserves the right to remove any comments not meeting these admittedly subjective criteria or at his sole discretion thereby removing the commentor from elligibility for the contest.
- Comment must be tied to a valid email address (not published)
- Winner will be selected within 1-week of the contest end date by means of a random draw from all elligible comments received. The winner will be contacted by email to obtain a mailing address and confirm elligibility.
- See official rules for full details.
- Good luck!
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