DOT Detectives Summer Contest BEGINS

ACE Alumni

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July 11, 2011

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School is out. Summer is here. You’re looking for ways to keep yourself and the climate a little cooler than it’s getting – and we’ve got just the thing.

ACE is launching a fun and easy competition this summer: DOT Detectives, and it starts TODAY! Check out the DOT Detective site here or text SHERLOCK to 30644 to enter this contest. The contest starts today, Monday July 11, and runs until Friday July.

How it works

– A daily detective case will be sent out via text weekdays July 11 to the 22nd. Text “sherlock” to 30644 to join.

– To solve the case, snap a picture of the DOT of the day in action and send it to [email protected] or post your pic on Facebook and tag ACE.

Prizes!

– Halfway: The person with the most DOTs captured (and best pics) by July 18th wins a $25 iTunes gift certificate

– Grand winner: The person with the most DOTs by the end of the contest (July 22) wins a $100 debit card

Get started

– Case #1 (July 11th): Find someone using a reusable bottle/mug, give them a hi-5, snap a picture, and post it on fb (don’t forget to tag ACE) or email it to [email protected]

Sign Up! Text “sherlock” to 30644 to join the case race, or follow our Facebook page for the announcements of the missions every day!

DOTS AWAY!

ACE Alumni

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