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Other World Computing Sponsors "Make Your Own Commercial Contest"Consumer-Created Commercial Contest lets amateur filmmakers play ad exec for prizes (November 14, 2006)
DMN Newswire--2006-11-14--Other World Computing (OWC) today announced its "Consumer-Created Commercial Contest" running through December 31, 2006 and open to the public - letting amateur digital filmmakers have their chance to play advertising executive.
The Consumer-Created Commercial Contest is free to enter and allows creative minded people from all walks of life and experience levels to create their own digital video advertisement representing why they utilize Other World Computing products and services or why others should become OWC customers. Images, music files, and complete rules are available on line.
Grand prize in the OWC Consumer-Created Commercial Contest is an award winning NewerTech miniStack V2 external hard drive storage solution and FireWire/USB port expander. Other prizes include OWC gift certificates, FM transmitters for iPods, and other technology products. Winning entries will be broadcast at the Macworld Conference & Expo in January.
Other World Computing products are used throughout the entertainment industry including in the production of the upcoming feature film "Yesterday Was a Lie" featuring Chase Masterson (Leeta, Star Trek Deep Space Nine) and Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca, Star Wars Trilogy), the documentary "StreetWise", and the television series "Building Green"; as well as in recording the debut album of American Idol star David Radford.
Operating the popular e-commerce portal www.MacSales.com, OWC provides upgrades and accessories for the technology industry, with a specialty in Macintosh and iPod enhancement products.
For further information on Other World Computing and OWC products, visit www.MacSales.com or call toll free (800) 275-4576.
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