Clean out the SmallNetBuilder Closet Contest Rules

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Tim Higgins

The contest rules are simple:

1) You must be a registered user.
If you’re not, go sign up here. If you are already, thanks and you don’t need to sign up again.
Make sure that you respond to the email that will be sent in order to complete your registration!
You will not be able to enter the contest until you respond to the email and complete your registration.

2) Correctly answer the contest question using the form found on the Contest page.
The question will be visible only to registered users.

So please don’t email saying you can’t see the form if you’re not registered.

3) The winner will be chosen at random from the correct entries.
Our decision is final. No whining!

4) One entry per contest per registered user.
Anyone found violating this rule will be disqualified from participating in all contests in this series!

5) U.S. entrants only.
You must provide your full name and U.S. mailing address (no P.O. boxes) in order to claim your prize.

6) All prizes are provided "AS IS" and without warranty of any kind.
Prizes are not factory fresh product. Unless otherwise noted, all prizes have been "lightly used" (opened and operated for purposes of review) and are shipped in working order.

7) You can win only once.
You can enter as many contests as you wish. But if you win, we’ll give someone else your chance.

8) Permissions granted
Your entry in the contest grants us permission to use your full real name in contest-related materials, including announcements and promotional material.

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