Winner of $200 Coupon from BlueCotton.com

Oct 9 2010 by Jacob Gube | 5 Comments

Winner of $200 Coupon from BlueCotton.com

Last week, BlueCotton.com, a place to go for high-quality custom t-shirts, hosted a giveaway on Six Revisions for $200 worth of credit on their e-store. Over 150 participants chose to join in on the fun, suggesting ways they’d use their coupon if they won. This post announces the lucky winner.

The Winner of the BlueCotton.com Giveaway

I’m happy to announce that the winner of the giveaway is:

Please join me in congratulating our fellow Six Revisions reader!

The Winner of the BlueCotton.com GiveawaySQL query used to randomly obtain the winner of the giveaway.

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About BlueCotton.com

BlueCotton.com is the place to go for high quality, easy-to-design custom t-shirts. The company’s professionalism, expert design guidance and obsession with customer satisfaction have won the company legions of fans. BlueCotton offers printed and embroidered custom t-shirts, hats, and outerwear for groups of all kinds: schools, churches, sports teams, non-profits, fraternities, sororities, or those who simply want to make a proud, personal statement.

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About the Author

Jacob Gube is the Founder and Chief Editor of Six Revisions. He’s also a web developer/designer who specializes in front-end development (JavaScript, HTML, CSS) and a book author. If you’d like to connect with him, head on over to the contact page and follow him on Twitter as @sixrevisions.

5 Comments

Rich S

October 9th, 2010

Just a thought, but since the comment section says “email (will not be published)” contest winners may not want comment_author_email exposed. For what it’s worth.

Frankie

October 9th, 2010

Blue Cotton seams like a great place to start building up some custom made t-shirts! I’ve been planing to make some for my jogging team! :) Congrats on your award Matthias!

Jacob Gube

October 10th, 2010

@Rich S: It’s not published! Check the screenshot, the email of the winner was removed before the post was published. The only thing exposed in the results are public things that you as a commenter chose to put in the comment field (comment_author and comment_author_url). You startled me a little because I thought the email was mentioned in this post; Six Revisions takes great care of your email and privacy. Even commenters who place their email address as part of the comment body are protected: we edit the comment to remove the user’s email (even it if was placed there by choice).

Curtis Scott

October 11th, 2010

Sorry I missed the deadline on this one :(

Congrats Matthias!

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July 25th, 2011

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