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Share & Win: #DynMMT Video & T-Shirt Giveaway

You helped #DynMMT trend #1 in Austin at SXSW!

I guess that’s what happens when you bring 7 bands and a few thousand people from tech and music together in Austin during SXSW. We trended above incredible things like @NeilYoung, @SXSW, #Austin, @ChelseaClinton, and last but not least (in Texas) BBQ.

So we hope you enjoy the video and wanted to say thanks for a great night by giving away a few more T-Shirts.

Get A #DynMMT T-Shirt while they last!

Didn’t get a #DynMMT T-Shirt at SXSW? Don’t worry, we’re doing a limited run of 100 more before they’re gone forever. All you have to do is share one of the #DynMMT video links below to be eligible to win.

Here’s how to win:

#DynMMT Tshirt

1. Click the links below to open Dyn posts on LinkedIn, Facebook, & Twitter.

2. Click “Share” or “Retweet” to share the Dyn post with your friends and followers.

3. We will be choosing T-shirt winners at random out of everyone who shares these posts across all platforms and contacting winners via social media.

LinkedIn: Share This Update
Facebook: Share This Post
Twitter: Retweet this Tweet

To be eligible for random giveaway, you must share at least one of the above three posts via the unique links. Shares of the video or this blog independently will not be considered entries. Limit one prize per person. Dyn will choose winners at random at Dyn’s discretion while supplies last.

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