November 5, 2010 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Colorado Springs, Colorado - Pi'ikea St. LLC today announced the launch of a coloring contest at Color For iPods. The premise is simple: color for a chance to win an iPod touch. Pi'ikea Street is the maker of the award winning Interactive Alphabet app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Interactive Alphabet was recently named iLounge's Best Kids iPad app of the year.
"We want to create a contest that is fun and focused on an activity kids can easily participate in", says co-founder Ben Lew. "A coloring contest was a natural choice. The contest is easy to enter, with a fantastic prize appropriate for a child, and it's simple enough that children of all skills levels can participate", says co-founder Matt Smith. Pi'ikea St. LLC is the developer of the award winning Interactive Alphabet for iPad/iPhone/iPod touch.
The coloring contest launches today, with a submission deadline of November 25th. The prize is an iPod touch which will be awarded to a randomly selected winner. Color For iPods will provide themed coloring pages for contestants to use in their submissions, and display entries as they are received. Children of any age (even children-at-heart) may enter for a chance to win an iPod touch just in time for the holidays.
Pi'ikea (pee-ee-kay-uh) St. is a small team of development and design talent that loves to make things that make kids happy. They collaborate virtually to produce excellent, polished, and engaging products for kids. Copyright (C) 2010 Pi'ikea St. LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.