It's our way of giving something back to our members. When my brothers and I created Freewebs, we wanted to make it really easy to build a Website so even our mother could do it. If people see what we have to offer while they're hunting for Elmo, that's just an added bonus.
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Silver Spring, Md (PRWEB) December 12, 2006
Freewebs.com, the Internet's leading free do-it-yourself Website host, today announced an online scavenger hunt to give away three of this holiday season's hottest toys - T.M.X.™ Elmo. This is the ten-year anniversary of the release of the original Tickle Me Elmo from Fisher-Price®, and it is once again at the top of many children's list this holiday season. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tickle_Me_Elmo)
Freewebs.com has scattered hidden clues throughout its site that will be revealed as users explore Freewebs, building and editing their Websites. There is no purchase necessary to enter, but in order to participate people must be Freewebs members or must sign up for a free account. Participants are looking for both a special code and an entry form, and all of the clues will be hidden on pages carrying the white Freewebs logo on a blue background. Once they find the code and complete the entry form, they will be entered into a random drawing to win one of three T.M.X Elmos.
"This scavenger hunt is open to anyone, all you need is an Internet connection," said Haroon Mokhtarzada, co-founder and CEO of Freewebs. "It's our way of giving something back to our members. When my brothers and I created Freewebs, we wanted to make it really easy to build a Website so even our mother could do it. If people see what we have to offer while they're hunting for Elmo, that's just an added bonus."
The hunt begins immediately at Freewebs.com. Winners will be selected and notified on Thursday, December 14th. Check the Freewebs Blog for more details at http://members.freewebs.com/Blog.
For everyone with an Internet connection and something to share, Freewebs.com is the free, do-it-yourself Web site builder that guarantees anyone can easily create and share a complete, high-quality Web site through its versatile web publishing platform. Today, more than 12 million individuals, groups, organizations and small businesses worldwide use Freewebs to create and host comprehensive Web sites that include blogs, photos, videos, music, e-commerce and more. The company has received funding from Novak Biddle Venture Partners and Columbia Capital. Founded in 2001, Freewebs is privately held and based in Silver Spring, Md.