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“The Quest Software ® I Love Toad® Contest (“Contest” or
“Promotion”) is open and offered to legal residents of the United
States or Canada”

Another American competition that excludes most of the world! Not that I can
think of an interesting story, you understand :wink:

It’s also scary to realise that I’ve been using Toad since 2000 or before (more
‘Dinosaur’ than ‘Toad’).


Here’s a promo just for you Ian

I think the promo’s probably being sponsored by the US, other regions have
their own marketing budgets and promos…

Why do you say that? Last quarter we did a TOAD Handbook contest – and 50%
of the winners were not in the USA – I know because I had to ship them to
our HQ for special international shipping.


No offence meant. The comment wasn’t only aimed at Toad; it’s a tendency of many
Americans to forget the rest of the world in these competitions - perhaps the
postage cost has something to do with it. I didn’t see the other competition,
but I did check this one as it was being pushed on the bounce.

I an

Ian, you can use my address if you want and then I’ll send you the
sticker! :slight_smile:

Strangely enough, it wasn’t the prize itself that was the issue, but thanks for
the offer :slight_smile:


No offense. Most of us stupid Americans barely speak one language, think anyone
is silly who drives on wrong side of road, watches that wrong football. In many
ways we Americans are like the middle ages church and think the US is their
center of the Universe and you all revolve around us. And we’re dumb
enough (i.e. arrogant) to think everyone is OK with that J

So please always forgive us – we don’t generally know any better