I work for a community non-profit organization. A local iconic structure in our neighborhood is turning 50 years old this year. On its actual 50th birthday, the community will be invited to visit it and take part in a couple of special activities, and we’d like to have a giveaway item that will be exclusively for that day’s visitors. What should it be?? [more inside]
I have a couple of unopened bottles of whisky that I don't want. No one I have asked wants them. Normally I use Craigslist to give away stuff I don't want anymore, but listing alcohol is against the TOS for both Craigslist and Freecycle. I have also heard that food banks don't accept alcohol. I hate throwing away perfectly good stuff. Does anyone know of somewhere I can donate them, or any other way to legally find them a good home?
What's a good giveaway for attendees of a mid-sized business meeting (50 people) to mark the "beginning of a new era"? May be symbolic or something useful, as long as it's not tacky. Maximum value ~25 USD.
Advice to run a fair and successful twitter giveaway/contest? [more inside]
What are some places that send awesome free samples or subscription goods for small amounts of money and don't spam you to death? [more inside]
What might you recommend I give away at a Farm Bill protest? [more inside]
Help me figure out the most awesome tote bag ever to give away to my organization's donors! [more inside]
I'm planning on giving away a used Nintendo DS (plus 6 games) via my blog. I'd like to make it easy for anyone to "enter" the contest via the comments section, but want to also require some quirky, low-work task in order for people to be eligible. [more inside]
What should I make for breakfast? I'm giving away the food to students who are on their way out of the dorm, heading to class. Easy to eat and easy to cook are both appreciated! [more inside]
Are there websites or communities that exist to gather and link to legitimate sweepstakes, contests, and giveaways? [more inside]
I need a really great, somewhat poker related prize (or a couple of prizes) that will cost less than $1200. I'm giving it away in early August (somewhat flexible on the date). [more inside]
I'm in Oregon. I run a website which generates moderate traffic. I would like to hold a group writing project in which I would award "prizes" to participants. (Prizes would include a Wii, and possibly gift certificates, etc.) I want to do this with minimal hassle, but within the bounds of the law. What do I need to be aware of? [more inside]
I have an old 486 Compaq laptop with a docking sation. I need someone to give it a good home. [more inside]