I'm very proud to announce that the first two t-shirt designs for Ghacks have been finally completed and are now available in the Splitreason Online Store. You can take a look at the Ghacks T-Shirts right now or wait and see what I have to offer.
I think it's something to celebrate, especially if you consider the quality of the shirts. I like them both and have ordered four already to see how they feel and look in real.
I would like to offer this opportunity to ten readers as well. We did not have a competition for some time and I thought it would be a perfect fit for a competition. Here are the rules. I'm giving away ten Ghacks T-Shirts completely free of charge paid out of my own pocket.
The shirts will be shipped worldwide to your location and you can pick the design and size that you want from the choices available. All you need to do to win a t-shirt is to tell me a little bit about your relation to my site. Maybe how you came to know it, what you like or don't like, the funniest / worst / best / most helpful article here at Ghacks or anything else that you can think of.
If you do that you take part in the competition. Only one comment per user obviously counts to make it fair for everyone. But first, lets take a look at the designs to see if you want one or if you say, omg I would never wear that, hehe.
Oh, you can also tell me what you think of the t-shirts. That would be appreciated as well. I also have a special surprise for Cheryl, Tobey and Daniel who write articles for Ghacks. They will also get a free shirt with free shipping.
Good luck to anyone. The competition ends in seven days, same time, same site.
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Ghacks is a technology news blog that was founded in 2005 by Martin Brinkmann. It has since then become one of the most popular tech news sites on the Internet with five authors and regular contributions from freelance writers.