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Enter to Win a Steelcase Gesture Chair!
We love sharing the joys of ergonomics, and that includes giving away free stuff! Our latest contest gives you three chances to win a Steelcase Gesture chair. The Gesture is Steelcase's newest offering, and is specifically designed to accommodate the various postures we use with mobile technology such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops. The highly-adjustable arms feature an unparalleled 360° range of motion, and the LiveBack technology flexes and moves with your body, supporting your spine in every position. Trust me, you want this chair.
There are three ways to enter, and you can enter all three ways, tripling your chances of winning. First, "like" the contest link on our Facebook page. If you leave us a review on Facebook, you'll also get a bonus entry. Then, follow us on Twitter and retweet the contest tweet. You can get another bonus entry by leaving us a review on sitejabber. Finally, if you're in the Austin area, come into our store and let one of our retail pros know that you'd like to enter your name in the contest. You can get bonus entries by reviewing us on Yelp and Google. If you do all of the above, that's seven total entries in the contest, which is a great way to increase your odds of winning.
We're capping the entries at 500 for Facebook and Twitter, and 50 for in-store. The contest closes on December 12, and the drawing will be held December 15. If you have questions about the contest, the Gesture, or any of our other fantastic products, please call, chat, email, or drop by the store. Good luck!
For detailed information on the Steelcase Gesture and many other ergonomic chairs, please visit TheHumanSolution.com.
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