Thursday, August 26, 2010

Charter is giving Free laptops to Schools

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Charter. All opinions are 100% mine.

The Charter Cable Company has always given out great promotions. This has been a way of rewarding their customers along with those looking to sign up for Charter service.
Some of Charter's past promotions include a hybrid car, a Camaro, an HDTV-A-Day for an entire month, free laptops, XBox 360's and more.

Righ now, Charter wants to give back to the community, especially schools. In fact, Charter would like your favorite school to start smart this fall. This means Charter will be giving away 50 new laptops! That is right, Charter is doing a laptop-a-day giveaway. As part of Charter’s back-to-school campaign, they are giving 50 laptops away to two schools. All you have to do is register for a chance to win a laptop for yourself. These laptops are from Lenovo, model numbers are G555 with a 15.6" screen, 160GB drive and 3GB ram (with a Targus bag. This is an awesome promotion indeed.

Whether your order Charter service or not, you are automatically given a chance to win a laptop and get up to $300 cash back. You can also register online with no purchase necessary. The real opportunity here is for parents and others to nominate their local schools. It is also important to encourage your friends to vote for their school to win the 50 laptops as well.

In order to nominate your favorite scool, they must be nominated by Aug. 12. There is a short nomination process at Once all nominations are in, Charter will choose 50 finalists (based on the nomination stories submitted) and announce them on Aug. 16. Charter will have open voting between Aug. 16 and Sept.20. Then Charter will announce the two winning schools on Sept. 27th.

If you are on Facebook, do not forgert to go to Charter's Facebook fanpage ( and 'like' Charter just like I did. That is right, there is you can click the 'like' button with Charter on Facebook too.


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