Retweet. Reward. Repeat.
We want to know where your Zen comes from. Is it because your Zenfolio site looks as polished and professional as your images? Or because your heart does a little flutter when someone says “Do you have a website?” and you reply “Yes, check out my awesome galleries here.” Whatever it is that makes you proud of your Zenfolio site, we want to hear about it.
We’ve decided a fun way for you to share your Zen with us is by having a giveaway via Twitter. To enter, tweet the following:
#IamZen because (enter your reason here). Be Zen too and save 20% on @zenfolio with code 3RME.
After you tweet, everyone who sees your tweet (and anyone they retweet it to) can save 20% off their own Zenfolio account by using the code 3RME*. Just remember to enter the reason you are Zen in place of (enter your reason here).
Now here’s the fun part of the giveaway. For every 50 retweets, we’ll randomly give away an awesome Zenfolio-branded Manfrotto bag. That means if we get, for example, 200 retweets we’ll give away four bags. The more you retweet, the more chances you’ll have to win.
Our Retweet. Reward. Repeat. giveaway begins at 8 am on Monday, July 22, and goes through 5 pm on Friday, July 26. Again, all you have to do to enter is retweet and you can win a cool Manfrotto bag, and you’ll also save your friends 20% off a Zenfolio account. Good luck!
*3RME/20% discount valid on new accounts only. Discount code valid for single use only and cannot be combined with any other offers. 3RME/20% discount valid until 11:59 pm (PDT) July 26.
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