Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

Rhodia ePure Giveaway!

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RhodiaDrive will be launching its new blog layout next month. We’re now brainstorming on the new design, which we hope will continue to reflect on the product’s philosophy. If you have any ideas, please feel free to leave us a comment or email us at rhodiadrive1@gmail.com.

We truly appreciate all your comments, suggestions, tips and article submissions. We hope that you will continue to support us, in whatever way you can. And yes, if you would like to be one of our guest bloggers, please let us know!

As a token of appreciation, your Rhodia Driver is giving away this ePure pen cup holder. Yes, the one pictured below. We just received this a week ago, and we’ve been tempted to just keep it. But after the initial excitement of launching our new Facebook Group, we’ve decided to spread the good vibes!

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The Rhodia logo is especially embossed on the side of the cup, which smells very new and still has its plastic encasing. So, here’s how you can win this prize.

To enter:

  • Simply join our Facebook Group (All those who have joined us before this announcement are automatically entered), and send your contact email to the admin with the heading, Rhodia ePure Giveaway. Of course, you are also welcome to leave a message either here or on Facebook, but it’s not required.

This giveaway will end February 28th at 11:59PM (US Central Standard Time.)



6 thoughts on “Rhodia ePure Giveaway!

  1. David, that’s one of the things that we are trying to fix. Hopefully, our new site which we will be launching soon will reflect those changes.

  2. David, that’s one of the things that we are trying to fix. Hopefully, our new site which we will be launching soon will reflect those changes.

  3. suggestion:
    an issue with many of my favorite blogs, especially those with massive visual content, is the designer’s decision (or the software’s limitation) to allow (or require) the page to seemingly go on forever before reaching the “previous,” “older” or “more” button.

    david boise ID

  4. suggestion:
    an issue with many of my favorite blogs, especially those with massive visual content, is the designer’s decision (or the software’s limitation) to allow (or require) the page to seemingly go on forever before reaching the “previous,” “older” or “more” button.

    david boise ID

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