Congratulations to Andrea Calovi, Bad Elf Summer of Giveaways Winner
We would like to wish congratulations to Andrea Calovi, the July 8th winner of the Bad Elf Summer of Giveaways contest. We are still waiting to hear back from the July 15th winner, but we will post our congratulations as soon as we make contact.
Andrea is from Italy and lives northwest of Turin, site of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games. Andrea is looking forward to receiving his new Bad Elf GPS. His main interest in a Bad Elf GPS was to turn his iPod touch into a GPS device when he travels on vacation. City Maps 2Go is one of Bad Elf's favorite Apps to recommend for people travelling to other places on vacation. One of Andrea's favorite location based apps is AroundMe. He also really likes Pocket Informant HD for its amazing geotagging capabilities.
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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