Congratulations to Jeff Light, Bad Elf Summer of Giveaways Winner

by james August 08, 2011

We would like to wish congratulations to Jeff Light, the August 5th 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.

Jeff is from Springfield, Missouri. Jeff plans to use his new Bad Elf GPS with his 32GB iPod touch. He is still researching apps for vehicle navigation and geocaching to use his iPod touch with his Bad Elf. Jeff uses lots of Apps on the iPod touch already that don't require the Bad Elf, such as Angry Birds, Flight Control, Harbor Havoc 3D, Fragger, Unblock Me, Farkle, 5-0 Radio Police Scanner, Facebook, Skype, and Craigslist.

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.

http://bad-elf.com/summer-of-giveaways

Good Luck





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