December 18, 2014 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Minneapolis, Minnesota - The end of December is a special time for Mariner as they prepare for their annual eStore software blowout sale. This year marks the 7th annual eStore sale. In preparation for this upcoming software blowout, Mariner Software is introducing a giveaway with what's proving to be the hottest gift idea of 2014 - a drone!
"Every year around this time, we like to kickoff our end of year eStore software blowout with a giveaway. It's our way of thanking our customers and followers," said Michael Wray, President of Mariner. "We wanted to do something a little more unique this year and giving away a drone seemed to fit that criteria."
Mariner will be giving away a Supernova Spy Quadcopter 4.5CH 2.4GHz RC Drone with Camera, valued at $340. This giveaway is open to residents of the contiguous US and Canada. There are two ways to enter: 1. Visit the Mariner Software website and fill out an entry form or 2. Retweet the giveaway using a Twitter account.
Mariner will launch its 7th Annual End of Year eStore Software Blowout the day after Christmas. All software titles will be offered at significant savings. For more information, visit Mariner Software for more details.
Mariner Software Inc. develops and republishes industry recognized Mac OS, iOS and Windows products. Founded in 1990, Mariner has established itself as a leader in the consumer, business, and education markets with such products as MacJournal, Mariner Write, MacGourmet Deluxe, Paperless, Contour, Persona, MacJournal for iOS, Calc XLS, and Gourmet for iOS. For a complete listing of all products, visit the Mariner Software web site. With customers worldwide, Mariner is committed to delivering the highest quality software with an emphasis on total customer satisfaction. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Mariner Software Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.