At BlackBerry World next week? Be sure to collect your PlayBook Passport stamps for a chance to win a free PlayBook!

By Kevin Michaluk on 28 Apr 2011 01:44 pm
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PlayBook Passport

With BlackBerry World just around the corner, we're starting to get revved up for what is to be the BIGGEST BlackBerry event of the year. Hopefully we'll see some cool news announcements next week and get our hands on some new BlackBerry Smartphone hardware. The other thing that's always nice to see are FREEBIES. I've got my fingers crossed that RIM will up and decide to give all attendees a free PlayBook (I know... I'm probably dreaming, but seriously, I need another one to mount in my car) but if that doesn't happen you still have another chance to get a free BlackBerry PlayBook if you're at the show.

A number of BlackBerry World sponsors are running a passport program/contest to win a 16GB PlayBook during the conference. The idea behind the passport program is that attendees walking the show floor collect stamps at each sponsor's booth. Once all the stamps have been collected, the person is entered into a draw to win a prize - in this case a 16GB PlayBook. Below are the list of participating companies and their respective booth numbers:

Actsoft - 353
bitHeads - 304
DragonRAD - 337
IGLOO Software - 321
Mobile Iron - 118
Tec-Garde - 303

So that's it. If you're at BlackBerry World in Orlando next week, be sure to grab your PlayBook Passport and collect your stamps and get entered to win a free PlayBook! See ya there!

Kevin Michaluk Kevin Michaluk "Founder, Editor in Chief " 3923 (articles) 3295 (forum posts)
6 comments

kailashr

If i had money to attend the conference, i would have already bought a playbook.... Just sayin...

BigPlayChad8

Isn't it a bunch of money to attend?

EDIT: $600 for a ONE DAY pass... Must be meant for big corporate people.

mssca

RIM, you are out of touch with the regular consumers. No wonder you can't make phone for regular people like me anyway!!!

juwaack68

Can't wait to get there. Always a great event.

Gibbyoh

It is expensive, and meant for major corporate and media attendants. My company paid $3000 to send me for both days of training and the three days of meetings

Gamesdmc3

yeah $600 is way to much for me,i wouldn't even spend that much on a cell phone