From the I-reall-need-to-find-thestuff-in-my-home-office-piles-of-paperwork, Vern Yip of Trading Spaces fame is teaming up with Microsoft and HP for a contest to set things right…
“Tell us about your home office and you might win a makeover from Vern Yip, Microsoft and HP. The grand prize winner will receive a home office makeover and technology prize package valued at $25,000. See Prizes for details on the grand prize and prizes for the three finalists.
“Enter before July 4, 2007. See Rules for complete details.
“In 250 words or less describe how a Microsoft Home Office Makeover will create an overall positive change in your personal and/or business life. Submit one photograph showing the entrant in the home office space that needs the Microsoft home office makeover.”
If you’re bold enough, you can also submit a video clip highlighting the space that should be (or was) your your home office in need of a makeover.
BTW, employees of Microsoft and various sponsors and agencies are NOT eligible 😉 nor are immediate family members. So call your cousins and neighbours.
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Please vote for me. I am a semifinalist in this contest.
Good luck, William!
My vote is for William in LA because I’m from LA and I know how hard it is to try and spend some free time with your kids…for all you Vern Yip fans, catch Vern as a judge on the 2nd season of Design Star airing July 22nd at 10 PM on the HGTV network. I know this because I work with HGTV. check out the site http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/design_star/?xp=DS2_21. I caught a peek of the 2nd season, and let me tell ya, if you loved the first season, the second season will blow you away! so don’t miss out!.
We talked to the locals here in Wyoming. Everyone agrees Crile needs the Makeover BAD!
The videos are at http://www.ComeToWyoming.com
Vern, if not now, When? Come to Wyoming!
Crile, from what I read on his company’s site, was one of the first developers to earn the Microsoft Solution Developer (MCSD) certificate, with a number of active company sites to his credit. And judging from the videos, he could use the design help 😉 (couldn’t we all?)
If you want to get a sense of the need, you really have to watch the videos… the initial photos don’t do justice to the design needs out there! 😉
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