Win a Free T-Shirt from Splitreason!

“Gear for geeks and gamers” is the tagline for Vancouver startup Splitreason.com, which makes and sells some of the coolest t-shirts around. In addition to an enormous range of men’s and women’s printed shirts, they also sell novelties like mugs, stickers, and posters.

Splitreason is giving away 2 t-shirts exclusively to ForeverGeek’s readers, and if you’re one of the winners, you get to choose any shirt you want from their entire inventory (a few examples of their available designs are shown above). Entering to win is a simple matter of “Tweet + Link.” Here’s how:

Step 1: Copy & paste the following, and then Tweet it:

I just entered to win a t-shirt of my choice from @splitreason_com! Enter the contest at @geekforever here: http://spm.me/44m #contests

Step 2: Leave us a Comment on this page (below), and paste the link to your Tweet in your Comment. (Note that our Comments are moderated, so it won’t show up immediately after you click the “Post Comment” button.)

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If you’re not sure how to find the URL to your Tweet, there are instructions on this page.

2 winners will be randomly selected from Comments on this page at 5:pm EST on Wednesday, June 15th. Winners will be notified by @robinparrish on Twitter, after which they’ll sign up for a user account at splitreason.com in order to give Splitreason their shipping information.

You may enter the contest once per day between now and June 15th — but no more. (That’s 15 total Tweets + Comments if you enter every day.) Enter more than once daily and all your entries will be disqualified.

Thanks for entering!

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Robin Parrish
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Unathletic, uncoordinated tall man with endless creativity stampeding through his overactive brain. Comes with beard, wife, and two miniature humans. Novelist. General blogger and main Gaming Geek for ForeverGeek. Lead Blogger, Apple Gazette.

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