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#1 OFFLINE   Mark Holtz

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Posted 01 August 2004 - 10:09 PM

Next Monday, August 9th, is the Dish Network Technical Chat. What a better time than to give away a $50 credit from the fine folks at Dish Depot.

And this month, the contest has gone to the dogs. Literally. We got a 11 question quiz with a dog-centric theme, and each correct answer is an entry for the drawing. This means you have not one, but up to eleven chances to win.

[thread=30896]Check this thread out[/thread] for more details. Remember, entries must be received by Sunday, August 8th at high noon Pacific Time.

Good luck. And don't forget to participate in Danny R's ongoing Amazing Race contest!
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