Still Some Time Left to Enter to Win an iPod Touch and More

Still Some Time Left to Enter to Win an iPod Touch and More

A few weeks ago I announced my giveaway to celebrate 1 million visitors and we’re now drawing close to the deadline. There are still a few days left, so if you haven’t entered already, you still have a shot. Entries are valid through June 21st.

To recap, I’m giving away some great prizes. The first prize is a brand new 8 GB iPod Touch. A fresh copy of Quicken Premier 2009. A deck of Nuru Personal Finance Cards. 3 copies of Wise Bread’s book: 10,001 Ways to Live Large on a Small Budget. And a random assortment of finance books from my personal library.

As you can see, there are a number of chances to win, and some very cool prizes! If you want to enter there are two ways to do so. You can even enter with both methods and earn two entries!


1. Follow @JeremyVoh on Twitter.

2. Simply tweet: Just entered to win an iPod Touch from Gen X Finance. Just follow @JeremyVoh and retweet.

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1. Use the form below to sign up.

2. Check your inbox and make sure you confirm your subscription. Only verified subscriptions are eligible.

Make sure you use the sign up form above and not the one below since this one has the contest tracking code so I can keep track of your entry. Good luck, and if you’ve already entered feel free to let someone else know about it. And again, for all the contest rules and prize descriptions be sure to check out the official giveaway post.

Author: Jeremy Vohwinkle

My name is Jeremy Vohwinkle, and I’ve spent a number of years working in the finance industry providing financial advice to regular investors and those participating in employer-sponsored retirement plans.

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