Friends Network Game Giveaway Challenge

For the month of March, and to promote the launch of this new service, CSW will be holding a special game drawing. Eligible participants will be the top three members based on the size of their Friends network on March 31. We will hold a free game drawing from the pool of these three designated members and one will come out the winner and receive a free game. Which game, you ask? I'm keeping that mum for now...so best of luck to all of you in building your Friends network!

How do I invite a friend?
If somone is already a member of this network, you can submit a Friend Request by clicking on the "Add as friend" button located under the members photo. You can also click on the "Invite More" link in the topright "Hello..." box (which also has a hadny link that lists all your friends -- see "My Friends" link) or simply click on the handy Invite tab along the top of the page. As your friend network grows, the greater chance you have to be included in a drawing to win a free game.

Power-Tip: The Invite Page (see Invite Tab) has an option on the bottom of the page in which you can share a special URL in which members will automatically be signed on as your friend when joining. You can use this link on your own web site.

Naturally, our entire community will be the real winners as we watch our network grow over time...thanks to your promotional efforts! So, please, INVITE AWAY!

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Comment by Andreas Ludwig on April 8, 2008 at 1:22pm
Never got such an email....Denny did...hmm...
Comment by Lee Massey on April 1, 2008 at 5:10pm
I have 20 friends! Yea!
Comment by John Kranz on March 28, 2008 at 12:20pm
I'll be emailing everyone to contact me if they have 20 or so friends already. This way I can filter through the list.
Comment by Tom Meier on March 28, 2008 at 12:02pm
Soooo, you oging to make us serf every memeber to see what the compettive numbers are?
Comment by John Kranz on March 27, 2008 at 9:06pm
A quick reminder that we are coming down to the home stretch to find out who has built the biggest Friends network! Don't be shy in inviting your gaming friends!
Comment by Tom Meier on March 5, 2008 at 9:17pm
Hear hear, what is ths status of the Great Race for friends? I'm thinking cash and TV commercials at the very end may be needed :-)
Comment by Eric Walters on March 4, 2008 at 10:13am
Oooo...looks like we passed the 200 people on the website mark a long time ago...how many will we get on March 31st? Who are the top 3 in the running as of March 4th? The world wonders...
Comment by Chris Fawcett on March 4, 2008 at 9:57am
This has already encouraged those of less than stellar ethics to start adding just about everyone to their friends list. I'll not be adding anyone just to help them win a game.
Comment by John Kranz on March 3, 2008 at 4:14pm
Rules Case 1.2: Invite Friends who you would consider consumers of the subject matter of this site (i.e. boardgamers). Given the amount of membership over at BGG, especially for Euro Games, I think that represents a pretty prime target for some!
Comment by John Kranz on March 3, 2008 at 4:12pm
Eric, you rules lawyer you!

Enter Rules Case 1.1: John Kranz is not eligible to compete in this Challenge. He is only allowed to ship out the product to the winner. How's that? ;-)

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