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November 26, 2022

Follow Going Concern on Twitter and You Might – MIGHT! – Win a Kindle Fire

As promised, we're launching a new campaign to get you through the final weeks of busy season and this time we're incorporating everyone's favorite virtual gabfest, Twitter. After experimenting with the Daily Grind eNewsletter for some time, we've decided to focus more on something that won't involve clogging your inbox. Following our Twitter feed is one of the easiest ways to keep up with the latest news on Going Concern, so even if it seems scary, at very least you'll stay up-to-date with everything and HEY! – maybe Lady Gaga will retweet you (read: doubtful). Plus, this time around we're giving away Kindle Fires as prizes, so if that's of interest to you, then you may just have to bite the bullet and sign up. 

Entering the contest is easy. All you have to do is follow Going Concern on Twitter (starting today) and in your first tweet mention us (i.e. include @going_concern) and include the hashtag #followGC. Don't worry, the porn spam bots won't be entered into the drawing with you real humans, the tech savvy youth have assured me of that. 

If you're already a follower of GC on Twitter then all you have to do is tweet us your #busyseasonproblems (include that hashtag and our handle: @going_concern). Pretty simple.

We'll draw four winners during the week of April 17th, so there's plenty of time for you to figure out Twitter. Plus, we'll be running future promotions via Twitter, so join now and you'll save yourself the trouble later.

And feel free to read our official (or as official as anything gets around here) rules if that's something you enjoy doing. 

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