Want to Win an iPad?

The law firm of Hobbs & Olson and Utahcondolaw will be giving away a new iPad in connection with the Utah Chapter of the Community Association Institute’s annual golf tournament, to be held tomorrow at the South Mountain Golf Course.  You don’t need to attend the tournament to participate.

There are, however, a few simple requirements for eligibility.

First, you need to follow this blog.  If you don’t know how to do that, you may not want or need an iPad.  Following this blog is the best reason for wanting an iPad.  But, if you want an iPad, and need help to learn how to follow this blog, check back on this site, and I’ll provide instructions.

Second, you’ll need to friend Hobbs & Olson on Facebook.  If you’re not on Facebook, you’ll need to join.  If you don’t want to join Facebook, why would you want an iPad?

And last, but certainly not least, you will also need to friend Utahcondolaw on Facebook.

Finally, if you have moral or political (or other) objections to Facebook, you can connect with Hobbs & Olson on LinkedIn, in lieu of the Facebook connections.  Of course, you can do that in addition to the Facebook connections.

Once you have completed those simple tasks, you should be in the drawing.  Want confirmation of your eligibility?  Send an email to attorneys@haolaw.com, and wait 24 hours.

Our current plan is to have a drawing at the October UCCAI luncheon, to be held on October 7.  Since you will be following this page, you will be automatically updated.

Good luck.  Employees of Hobbs & Olson are ineligible.  Clients are eligible and encouraged to participate.

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