asiHome Announces September Giveaway

asiHome Newsletter Subscribers Get A Chance At Winning A Home Controller Package

Sept. 1, 2003 - asiHome, the source for Products and Solutions for the Intelligent Home, has announced the prize package for its September 2003 giveaway.


One lucky winner will receive a prize package worth over $550, consisting of an Applied Digital Ocelot, HomeSeer software, and an RCS Two -Way X10 -Controllable Thermostat.

What do you have to do to win? First, subscribe to asiHome's weekly Projects and Ideas email newsletter, and be sure to provide your mailing address. This automatically enters you into every asiHome giveaway. Subscribing is easy - just visit asiHome's subscription page at http://www.asihome.com/sub -unsub.htm and fill out the subscription form.

Also, every order in September will earn another entry. Place one order, get one entry. Place three orders, get three entries. It's that simple.

Congratulations go to Annette Hecker of Houston, TX, who won asiHome's August giveaway of a $500 asiHome Gift Certificate.

asiHome can be found on the web at http://www.asihome.com

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