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Valentin Leverages Power Of CTP Goodies In Month Long Contest

Valentin Leverages Power Of CTP Goodies In Month Long Contest

We always love it at the CTP Teams blogging basement, when we hear of teams and team members making good use of our stuff.

Robert Arnold has clearly got a lot of well-deserved attention and praise for his really inventive series of promotions which we recently highlighted on this blog.

However you don’t have to be a program owner in order to do cool things with existing CTP tools…anyone can do so.

And one of the latest people to do so is Hunters founder Valentin who recently launched a month long promo which is running now and continues until February 10.

In his promo he is giving away:

– 20,000 CTP reward points, 200 wand charges, 30 D batteries, 100 tokens, 100 mini prize cards andย  150 C batteries.

This sounds like a good way to leverage the power of CTP for me. Good luck with the promo Val.

Valentin promo giving away CTP XP and other goodies

16 responses to “Valentin Leverages Power Of CTP Goodies In Month Long Contest”

  1. Walter Mulder says:

    Very creative Valentin. Wtg
    And kudoos to Patrick for making CTPteams.com a more diverse blog

  2. Rich Richter says:

    I saw this ad and said to myself, What an awesome idea. Why didnt I think of that? Very creative idea Valentin!

  3. Thank you for highlighting it Patrick! Yeah I hope many will take action on this.Great rewards on 10th of February and maybe as the contest evolves the prizes could increase also!

  4. Kathy Dyer says:

    Sounds like a wonderful idea!

  5. Sig says:

    much success with this idea!!

  6. Karen Kuty says:

    Good luck, Valentin!

  7. marye says:

    The Best of Luck to you ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Erin says:

    Wish all teams the best!

  9. Glenn Witmer says:

    Val always has unique ways to promote himself…WTG

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