MacLotto.com and MacCentral are teaming up to give away an iMac system today at MacLotto.com. One random player of the regular daily MacLotto.com game will instantly win a new iMac, the popular and recently rejuvenated desktop computer from Apple Computer, Inc.
The prize iMac will be awarded to one entrant of the regular August 18-19, 2000 game session. To enter, a player must simply register (free) and choose six numbers from the Play Card. Users who match drawn numbers later in the day will also win other Macintosh-related prizes. The iMac features a 350Mhz G3 processor, 64MB RAM, 7GB hard drive, 56K modem, software bundle, and much more.
Macintosh industry news leader MacCentral is cosponsoring the iMac Instant Win Giveaway. The contest is open to residents of the US and Canada.
"Weire more of a grassroots company, so weire very excited to be working with one of the most respected giants of the Mac world," said Shay Fulton, president of Infamus Software, operators of MacLotto.com. "Weire very enthusiastic about this co-promotion, both for our regular visitors and for the readers of MacCentral. This iMac is the perfect system for both the home and the school user, which make up a great deal of our loyal player base."
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