Namecheap.com Hosts 2nd Annual Holiday Twitter Trivia Contest

Namecheap.com, a leading domain name registrar, is hosting its second annual holiday Twitter trivia contest, featuring $20,000 in prizes including domain name credits, Dell Studio 15 laptops, and Barnes & Noble nooks.

“We had a great time with our trivia contest last year and felt our clients and new users did as well so we wanted to bring it back this year and make it a sort of tradition with us,” says Richard Kirkendall, CEO of Namecheap. “Not only does it allow us to give back and say thank you to all of our clients, it also helps us interact directly with them and lets them know we are always here and are real people standing by to help and serve them any time. Overall, it’s just a fun experience for us and hopefully adds to the spirit of the holidays.”

The contest will run from December 14th until December 24th, and questions will be asked every hour on the hour. For every question, eight winners will receive $9.69 domain name credits with NameCheap. The top 3 winners after the course of the competition will receive Dell Studio 15 laptops and two runners up will receive Barnes & Noble nook eBook readers.

To participate in the competition, visit http://namecheap.com/contest.

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