In this case, I think that's unlikely. If the sponsor is based exclusively in the US, it's probable that the contest will be open only to US residents.
We consider NikeTalk a worldwide community, however, and we look forward to offering ALL of our members the opportunity to enter and win contests in the future.
In some cases, Huddler can pitch different concepts and ideas based on what you all are interested in. It'll often come down to what the sponsor's comfortable with. If they're accustomed to holding contests on Twitter and that's their preferred entry method, I think most people would prefer that to passing on the contest entirely.
Definitely express your preferences and let us know EXACTLY what you'd most like to see, as that'll help in the development of future opportunities, but please understand, too, that contest rules and entry methods may vary depending on who's putting up the prizes and sponsoring the contest.
Sounds good to me . Shout out to Meth for not using that horrible nickname for those Black/Red/Purple VIIs
It's not the first nonsensical nickname that's managed to stick, but I'm not particularly interested in validating it. The Raptors didn't even exist when the VIIs released originally - and they don't even have purple on their jerseys today.
Thanks for the kind words. The change in platforms has really allowed us to do some of the things we've always wanted to do.
In the old days, we were stuck with a terrible service and bottom of the barrel advertising. Now, Huddler can establish direct relationships with sponsors for us so that we can offer things like contests, deals, and actually VERIFY AND LABEL official brand representatives, so you know if somebody who claims to represent a certain web retailer is the real deal, for example, and we can ensure that we're eliminating subversive spam. Anyone who intends to promote a product or service on here can't just TAKE - they'll have to GIVE BACK, too.
Duly noted. Unfortunately, I have to my name exactly ONE NT New Era fitted cap - and I paid for mine just like everybody else. (It was to raise money for the Children's Defense Fund, after all.) It's not really a fun contest if only one size is available, so that couldn't really happen unless we were to do another run.
I haven't heard from Rajah (who led the project and designed the caps) in ages, so we haven't had occasion to discuss a sequel yet.
ECapCity: get in touch.