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Win Dinner and a Movie from Self-Storage Talk

Post in the designated Self-Storage Talk thread and be entered into a drawing to a win a $50 prize package: A $25 gift card to one of a handful of great restaurants and a $25 movie gift card. All you have to do is register, log in and post.

April Fool's Day has come and gone, so I can assure you this offer isn't a joke.

Self-Storage Talk is rewarding our awesome community with the Log In to Win raffle. We're giving away a $50 dinner-and-a-movie prize package this month. After all, what our hard-working audience could use most is a night to think about anything but self-storage.

The prize includes:

  • A $25 gift card to Darden Restaurants, redeemable at Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Longhorn Steakhouse, Bahama Breeze Island Grille, Seasons 52 and The Capital Grille.
  • A $25 AMC Entertainment gift card, redeemable at any AMC Theater.

All you have to do is post somewhere in this thread before 11:59 p.m. MST on Thursday, April 15. We'll keep track of who's posting and draw the winner next Friday, April 16. Shortly thereafter, we'll ask the winner to provide a valid mailing address, and we'll send the gift cards your way. (Please don't provide any personal contact info in your thread post. A simple, "Hello!" will get you in the drawing.)

Everyone who posts anything—no matter how long or short the post—has an equal chance of winning. Also, it's no advantage to post more than once: one entry per user. Similarly, it doesn't matter whether it's your first post ever on SST or your 2,000th, you're in the running to win as long as you post.

If you've been looking for a reason to register or to start being active in the SST community, why not use this opportunity to win something? So, let's see those posts. Who wants to enjoy a nice evening out on us?

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