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New Life. New Drive. See How Seagate Heats Up the Summer

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“I can’t believe July is almost over!” one of my colleagues said aloud.

I thought the same thing as I was sitting in a meeting where we were talking about our Back-to-School plans for the year.  Time is a funny thing because it really does “fly.”

Since time passes in the blink of an eye, it makes it more important to save your photos almost as quickly as you take them. School is already a distant memory for most students and depending on how active your summer has been, the same could probably be said for last weekend. But like it or not, the new school year is quickly on the horizon and it’s the perfect opportunity to get a new drive as a compliment for your new life.

School isn’t just about text books, term papers and less-than-exciting professors, but also about your chance to forge your own path as you get out from under your parents wing. It’s time to express your freedom as you enter adulthood.

Whether it’s the first game of the football season, or joining a club or fraternity, you’re making memories. Memories that you’ll come to admire and appreciate years after your time in college have passed.

So what better way to get you ready for the coming school year with an amazing contest where you have a chance to win an HP ENVY TouchSmart laptop (with 1TB Seagate SSHD inside), a Fujifilm X20 Silver 12 Digital Camera, a 500GB Seagate Slim, and a 1TB Seagate Wireless Plus? Not only will you have a chance to store all the memories you make this coming school year, but you’ll have the gear to make more then take it online to your social networks like Facebook or Flickr.

The contest is going on now, so you better get ready to snap your photos for entry because as we all know, “time flies.”  Click here to enter today!

 

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