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Dropbox’s Dropquest Puts 100 GB of Lifetime Cloud Space up for Grabs

by Brandon Russell | May 12, 2012May 12, 2012 5:00 pm PDT

Dropbox Dropquest 2012Have big plans this Mother’s Day weekend? You know this Sunday is Mother’s Day, right? Well, tell Mom that instead of taking her out to a nice dinner, you’d rather participate in Dropbox’s new Dropquest 2012. “The Future is Now!”

Yes, Buffalo, the scavenger hunt is back on, and once again Dropbox is challenging users to solve a series of mind-bending puzzles — puzzles apparently inspired by MIT’s mystery hunt and notpron. The first 100 folks who manage to complete Dropquest will be rewarded with at least 1 GB of space for life, which ain’t bad for a bit of legwork. But the real prizes are for those who finish soonest.

The person who finishes first place will receive a Dropbox employee hoodie (meh), LIMITED EDITION Dropbox Hack Week t-shirt (kind of cool?), Dropbox drawing signed by the entire Dropbox team (super geeky), invitation to help write the next Dropquest (neat), and 100 GB for life (awesome!)!

Second place will get 20GB for life, while third, fourth and fifth will get 5 GB, 2 GB and 1 GB for life, respectively. There are a number of rules attached to the contest, so be and sure and familiarize yourself with them before beginning.

Happy hunting, Buffalo.

[via Dropbox]


Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell enjoys writing about technology and entertainment. When he's not watching Back to the Future, you can find him on a hike or watching...

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