At PEER 1, we’ve launched today a new video contest and we’re giving away $10,000 in prizes to the winner! Along with the contest, we’ve released the second episode of the award-winning short series “Growing Pains” which follows the trips and follies of a home-based business startup that grows quickly out of control causing new employees and servers to take control of the home.
We’re giving viewers of the episode the opportunity to create their own growing pains video that shows their personal experiences for a chance to win a prize package of 12 months of free Managed Hosting, a 15-inch MacBook, and a Sony HD camcorder, at a total value of $10,000.
To watch the new episode of Growing Pains and enter the $10,000 Giveaway Contest, go to www.peer1.com/growingpain
Episode 2 – “A Walk in The Park.” Some time after being tossed out of the house, Todd and Janet try to mend fences over a nice walk in the park. All seems well and the moment feels right, or so Todd thinks.
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