Contest: Want to Attend BlackBerry World 2012? BerryReview is Here To Help!

BlackBerry World is in a few weeks, and we expect RIM will make this one an even better event than last year. Most of you usually await the news we publish and we are sure some of you would be eager to attend BlackBerry World given the chance. Well if you can afford to get yourself there BerryReview is giving a chance for ONE LUCKY FAN to attend the event.

PRIZE: We are giving away 3 nights hotel at the Orlando World Center Marriott during the conference and 1 full conference BlackBerry World pass!  Continue reading for instructions on how to enter and full rules/regulations. Keep in mind the contest is only open to residents of the US and Canada. Please only enter if you are willing and able to make it to Orlando for BlackBerry World 2012.

For your chance to WIN, simply submit a short video, podcast, voice note, or even a write up in the comments below on why YOU want to attend BlackBerry World 2012.  Get creative and feel free to let us know what you would do if you were RIM’s CEO/CMO and how your ideas can help RIM dominate  the mobile market. Also in the closing statement be sure to include why you think you should be the one chosen to attend BlackBerry World.

Now for the nitty gritty, the rules and regulations:

  • The contest is run by BerryReview with the prize sponsored by RIM (Research In Motion)
  • The awarded prize is for accommodations and admissions only, transportation is NOT included.
  • The contest is available to residents of the United States of America and Canada ONLY and is only valid where allowed by law.
  • The winner will be chosen by BerryReview, and not RIM
  • You can read full giveaway rules HERE
  • The winner must sign and return a release form and will not receive their prize before they have properly returned it to RIM
  • BerryReview reserves the right to cancel the contest at any time for any reason.
  • For easy entry post your video/audio link or writeup in a comment below though you can also submit it via email to info@berryreview.com.

So what you waiting for, start recording or typing away, submissions must be made by Friday April 13 at 11:59PM EST.  Good Luck!

6 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. Good afternoon BlackBerries,

    I’m Joe, your new BlackBerry CEO. RIM has recently missed the rim on its jump shot to enter the tablet market. You see, in my former profession as a middle school technology teacher, I learned that middle school students are really the terabyte drive of all technology change and innovation. Bill Gates first started programming in middle school. Steve Jobs began forming his ideas for Apple as a nerdy sixth grader.

    Our new corporate policies will, from now on, focus on putting educationally enhanced PlayBooks in the hands of every middle school student in the land. This is the ultimate BYOD for middle schoolers to browse, research, photo, email, and video. It is small, light, tough, fast, and the battery lasts from dawn til dark and beyond.

    Only an expert on middle school students like myself truly understands the potential power of a PlayBook in the hands of a middle schooler, if you get my point. I must attend this conference.

    Joe Strickland

  2. Hello Joe,
    I like this new strategy that RIMM is pursuing. I believe to win the hearts and minds of the consumer, RIMM has to offer top notch media services like BBM Music – preferable a free service with adds, Video Store – with live TV streaming added in, Book Store – home or third part’ where students can check out books for reading, A Balckberry gaming center where students can log in to play games, using their phones as remote controls. PlayBook is the best choice in it is small, portable, flash internet, And you can use it anywhere with BlackBerry Bridge – smartphone and PlayBook are one. PlayBook also needs to adopt the functionality of the BlackBerry smartphone.

  3. I have so much faith in RIM and i know they will be on top of the smart phones once the release OS10. I want to start to developing for Blackberry and Playbook platforms, by attending this conference will give me a lot of insights how to create apps for Blackberry 10 and Playbook.

  4. As a BlackBerry application developer I’m very interested to find out all the details I can about BB10 and the future directions of RIM.

    I’m interested in the new devices, the capabilities of the new Operating System and all the possible options to build apps that BlackBerry users are looking for around the world.

    I feel that BlackBerry World 2012 in Orlando will be the pinacle point in the transition for developers to get excited about the possiblities ahead – and I want to be there to absorb as much info as I can.

    I think I should be selected to go as I will continue to share my knowledge of BlackBerry development, HTML5, and mobile web tips & tricks with the developer community to help it grow and prosper.

  5. As an IT guy that is surrounded by RIM technology (I own a BB, a Playbook and a BES) and have several clients that have Blackberry’s and BES’s I would like to go to BlackBerry world to learn all the new things coming down the pipe so I can push all of my clients towards being more efficient with their mobile technology. Not to mention I am a huge fan boy and would be in heaven if I got to go hang with a bunch of other BlackBerry geeks :). As for how RIM can take over the world, it really is easy. They need to keep pushing out the best products in the market and ramp up the marketing to show everyone why they are better. That other fruit company has a lesser product but better marketing and that is the only reason people buy it. RIM can keep up the push on marketing and they will conquer the phone market and then the world (que the Pinky and The Brain theme song).

  6. Being the most secure mobile platform, I think millions of people would love to come back to RIM if the right hardware and software is implemented
    I would love to attend
    Thanks RIM and Berryreview for that oppurtunity

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