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Win all their Video Tutorial DVDs      26/09/07
Summer's almost over, students are back at college, and here at least we sigh and put the BBQ back in the shed for another year...
So what better time to lighten the gloom with a win-loads-of-stuff competition :-] Video learning gurus ASK are currently offering the chance to win all of their current DVD library, plus more to come, apparently. Here's what they say:-

"Win the Complete ASK Video Tutorial Library
Plus any new titles for the next six months

ASK Video Interactive Media, a leading creator of software tutorials on DVD, is holding its biggest contest of the year. One winner will be chosen via random drawing and receive the complete ASK Video Interactive DVD Tutorial library, plus any new titles for the next 6 months.

"ASK Video customers are extremely loyal and many own multiple DVD titles for the software titles in their studios" said Steve Kostrey, President of ASK Video. "This exciting contest will give our customers a chance to own all of our titles, plus a few we haven't even released just yet!"

ASK Video has been on the forefront tutorial DVD production for years. The company produces some of the highest quality video segments available and they are hosted by experts on their respective titles. Some of their popular titles are interactive DVD tutorials for Cubase, Pro Tools, Logic, Live, GarageBand, Reason, Sonar, Melodyne and Sibelius. Ask has also produced general educational DVDs like Mixing with the Pros.

Drawing will be held Friday November 30, 2007.

Visit wwwaskvideo.com/contest.php for complete rules and entry information. More From: ASK


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