Congratulations to Keith Hanson, Bad Elf Summer of Giveaways Winner
We would like to wish congratulations to Keith Hanson, the most recent winner of the Bad Elf Summer of Giveaways contest.
Keith is a self-described technology aficionado and gadget nut who found the Bad Elf GPS while searching for ways to make even better use of his wifi iPad-1. He uses Navigon for personal navigation needs, My-Cast weather Radar Scope applications to display latest info using the Bad Elf for current GPS location, and as a volunteer in his local CERT group he plans to use Compas-HD, the iPad native Map application, and Navigon if called out to participate in CERT activities after a natural disaster and search & rescue. He also is a trained storm spotter for the National Weather Service and uses his iPad while storm spotting and relaying reports to the NWS.
Remember, we are giving away Bad Elf GPS devices all summer long. Check out the contest page for details on how you and your friends can enter. The next chance to win is this Friday.
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