While attendees to this year’s Total Tech Summit will be receiving a free trip to and from Las Vegas to learn better ways to run their business, this year, the showrunners have cooked up an exciting new promotion. This year, Total Tech Summit will be holding a Twitter contest where one attendee will win a $250 gift card just for excelling at social media as part of event.
Of course, they clarify, the standard won’t just be the number of tweets a particular user fires off between now (yes, right now) and the end of the show using the official show hashtag: #totaltech23.
Rather, they note, like the value delivered every year at the Total Tech Summit through keynotes, panel discussions, roundtables and one-on-one meetings with some of the top manufacturers in residential (CE Pro), commercial (Commercial Integrator) and security (SSI) systems integration, they’ll reward the tweeter who creates the highest level of engagement, creativity and overall impact related to the event.
How to Get Involved With #TotalTech23 Twitter Contest
If you’ve ever been to the Total Tech Summit, you can probably fire off several tweets off the top of your head talking about the value of the event and why you want everyone but your closest competitors to learn the latest news and inside information about what’s going on in your space by attending this year.
Maybe you can even talk about some of the things you’ve learned in your VIP Peer-to-Peer networking calls since you attended, whether it was last year or some other time in the past. But don’t give away too much information in your social media posts: that stuff is one of your perks for being chosen for TTS.
If you’ve never been to the show, your tweets can focus on what made you sign up this year and what you learn from the information-rich sessions you’ll attend during your three days in the desert in November.
Talk about why you love Total Tech Summit and why your peers could love it too in a few months. Sure, $250 doesn’t go too far in Las Vegas these days, but, as the Total Tech Summit organizers say “We like your odds of winning this Twitter contest more than any you’ll play at the casinos up and down the Strip during your visit.”
This article originally appeared on our sister site Security Sales & Integration 07.11.23. It has since been updated for CE Pro audiences.
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