Internet Entrepreneur Gives Away His Material Possessions on the Web

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One online entrepreneur has found a solution to the mounting clutter of stuff that has invaded his space... GIVE IT AWAY! At, Joel Comm is giving away his DVDs, CDs, computer software, video games, toys, tupperware, knick-knacks and more through fun daily contests.

One online entrepreneur seeks to declutter his life by giving away his material possessions through daily contests at a new web site,

Joel Comm, CEO of InfoMedia, Inc and creator of the popular family-friendly destination,, has decided that the abundance of DVDs, CDs, computer software, video games, tupperware, toys, tshirts and other knick-knacks simply must go.

"My home and office are filled with material possessions. I have too much stuff!", said Joel Comm, President of InfoMedia, Inc. "Instead of attempting to sell my stuff on eBay, I have decided to give it away online." Comm continues, " provides a fantastic outlet to mobilize my extra things into the hands of people who want them. Plus, it is a great deal of fun to come up with new ways to select the winners."

Visitors to the site are presented with a daily prize along with a description. Comm then explains how the prize for the day is to be awarded. While one day might call for a funny caption to a photograph, another day might be as simple as guessing Comm's favorite Disney animated movie (It is The Little Mermaid as one winner found out last week).

The daily contests are free to enter and Comm even pays the shipping to deliver the prizes. The contests are void where prohibited and subject to State law. is part of the InfoMedia, Inc. family of web sites, which also includes,, and InfoMedia, Inc. is a privately-held company, based in Edmond, Oklahoma, that has been providing family-friendly web content since 1995. Founded by Joel Comm, a technology buff for more than 25 years, InfoMedia, Inc. is located in Edmond, OK and can be reached at 405-348-2800. For more information, visit

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