December has rolled around once more, meaning that the end of the year is quickly approaching, and what better celebrate that fact than with a contest. This time, I’ve gone all out and secured an awesome sponsor: Rosetta Stone.
If you’re not familiar with Rosetta Stone, you should. They are the premiere language software learning company. I’ve used them to learn Indonesian, Tagalog, and Korean. In fact, Rosetta Stone can help you learn more than 30 languages.
For this contest, Rosetta Stone has agreed to give one lucky winner a Level 1 software package of their choice! That’s a $179US value! If you’re thinking about coming to Korea, you’re all set! Going to France? You’re set! Want to visit the bush in Africa? Rosetta Stone can teach you Swahili!
Entering the contest is easy; just watch this video:
So there you have it! The contest is open now through December 16th (Korean Time). Simply attach a video response to the YouTube video stating what language you’d like to learn and why. Since the YouTube system seems to be going through some issues right now, you can also upload your video to YouTube and then email the URL of your video. You can enter as many times as you’d like and for as many different languages as you’d like. Once the contest closes, I’ll use Random.org to select one entry as the winner. I’ll contact that person through the YouTube message system to notify them and ask for their personal email address. I’ll then pass that along to Rosetta Stone so they can ship your winning prize directly to you!
I hope you’re as excited as I am about this contest. I’d like to offer up a huge thank you to Rosetta Stone for sponsoring the prize. Please be sure to spread the word and video around. The more people that know about the contest and participate means that I can work with more companies in the future and get some even more amazing prizes!
While only one person can win, I wish you all the best of luck and I hope you have fun with your video responses!
Here’s something that should put a smile on your face as well!