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IGEL Unveils the "I Challenge Everything" Porsche Giveaway Sweepstakes
IGEL, a world leader in software-defined endpoint optimisation and control solutions for the secure enterprise, today announced the launch of its "I Challenge Everything" contest in which it will give away an all-electric Porsche Taycan or cash equivalent. To enter, qualified participants will complete a simple 5-minute survey using code VMBLOG and participate in a 30-minute demo.

"IGEL has become renowned for its larger-than-life sweepstakes programs in which we've given away a Tesla Model S P100D, a Tesla 3 and $120,000 in cash," said Simon Townsend, IGEL Chief Marketing Officer for EMEA. "This year, we're extending our sweepstakes tradition by entering all eligible participants in a drawing for the highly anticipated all-electric Porsche Taycan. Like IGEL's end user computing (EUC) solutions, the Porsche Taycan is software-defined and immensely powerful - with the soul that transcends the traditional. It's the perfect representation of how progress means challenging everything."

Throughout 2019, IGEL will be offering contest codes during key events including Citrix Synergy, VMworld 2019 and the IGEL-hosted DISRUPT End User Computing Forums which can be used to on the sweepstakes contest website,, to enter.

IGEL will also be extending its successful Customer Challenge Award contest in 2019 where IGEL customers can qualify to participate for a chance to win $20,000 by submitting their testimonial story. To see video and written testimonial submissions from last year's Customer Challenge Award contest, please visit:  

The winner of the Porsche Taycan and Customer Challenge Award will have the option to retain their award or donate their winnings to a charity of their choice. A full list of eligible 2019 events will be available soon. For more sweepstakes information, details on how to enter and official contest rules, visit: Enter code: VMBLOG to enter.

Published Tuesday, February 05, 2019 12:41 PM by David Marshall
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