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May 11, 2010
CONTEST: Win OSS 117: Lost In Rio Posters!
As I mentioned in my introduction to OSS 117 Week, I have a whole bunch of awesome US one-sheets for OSS 117: Lost in Rio to give away, and I'll be giving away one poster each day! All you have to do to enter to win one is send an email with the subject heading "OSS 117 Poster" including your name and mailing address to the Double O Section any time during OSS 117 week (which is expected to conclude on or around May 19, 2010). But you can also increase your chances of winning by following the instructions below.
Normally, I stipulate one entry per person. However, if you want to increase your odds of winning, I will be accepting multiple entries for this contest; you are allowed to enter once per day as long as you include the code word for that date in the body of your email. I'll be announcing winners every day, and with each announcement I will also include the code word for that day. You must include the correct daily code word in the body all emails following the first one if you choose to enter multiple times. However, only one prize will be awarded per person. Good luck!
*The Fine Print: A total of eight winners will be drawn at random, one on each day of OSS 117 Week, terminating on or around May 19, 2010. One winner's name will be posted here each day and he or she will also be notified via email. Odds of winning depend on number of entries. All entries will be deleted immediately after the contest’s close, and no personal information will be retained or transmitted to any third parties. This contest is open to anyone, in any country. Unfortunately, the Double O Section cannot assume responsibility for items lost or damaged in transit.
Though I post here under the name Tanner, my real name is Matthew Bradford, and I'm a screenwriter living in Los Angeles. I'm coauthor of the graphic novel Night and Fog and I co-wrote and produced the 2014 horror feature What Remains.