Two contests give you a shot at winning the Motorola DROID RAZR
Phandroid, the first game resembles one of those crane games that you might find in a carnival or at Denny's. Unlike those versions of the game, you have to avoid "lasers" to grab the DROID RAZR. But here's a catch that is a brilliant piece of social marketing by Verizon. Every time you get one of your Facebook pals to "Like" the game, some of the lasers are disabled. Kudos to whomever came up with that idea. The game is called "Droid Extraction" and you can find it at the sourcelink.
The second contest is a return to the old scavenger hunt. A tweet has been sent out telling Verizon customers to call **DROID311. When you make the call, you are texted some photographs of the phone along with a location, 37.450437 N, 77.441189 W. We're not quite sure what to make of all of this information, but we suspect that more instructions will be forthcoming.
source: DROIDDOES via Phandroid
The crane game (L) will disable the lasers when your Facebook friends "Like" the game, the scavenger hunt (R) is another way to win the Motorola DROID RAZR
2. ayephoner posted on 04 Nov 2011, 13:20 0 0
thats only a couple hours from me, but not worth driving there. im sure someone would get there faster.
3. jdrevolution posted on 04 Nov 2011, 13:25 1 0
It's possible they text you locations close to you, not necessarily all of the U.S. Maybe the guy who texted is in Virginia.
4. Dragonkingamn posted on 04 Nov 2011, 14:04 0 0
The cords above said Ntelos concert pavilion in portsmouth, called and they forwarded me to the ntelos phone shop. asked the sales rep if he has any thing to do with the droid razr game and he said no.. soo... guess wait for future instructions
6. Sniggly posted on 04 Nov 2011, 14:20 1 0
The marketing is f**king cool, even if it's ultimately not as effective as Apple's. I love the effort put into it.
9. ballplyr14610 posted on 04 Nov 2011, 14:53 0 0
Dragon, the coordinates I pulled up were from some random intersection in Chesterfield.
10. Dragonkingamn posted on 04 Nov 2011, 14:55 0 0
yeah turns out its in richmond the Dupont kevlar factory. to late now, the second clue gives flight info. read other sites it may be flying 1300 miles away from richmond so who knows now
11. ballplyr14610 posted on 04 Nov 2011, 15:05 0 0
i have already decoded that...that one was cake...just missing 3 critical pieces of info, departure point, route, and destination