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  1. For the t-shirts, we have our own. We have 2 different versions so we've given away 1 of each and have done that twice in the last year or so that we've had them. The calendar is ours as well. It's a user-driven contest as well which generates it's own traffic. It's a pain and a lot of validating to ensure the photos are fit and legal to print but is worth it. Depending on sales of the calendar itself we will give a couple away in the new year. We have been doing this for quite some time and they love it. Finally, we have vendors on our community that will contribute with free items. A t-shirt here, a coffee mug there or we'll get a free/discounted product to give away. These aren't branded for us but we'll throw in a "thank you" note with the item. Overall, maybe 2-4 contests like this per year depending on what product we have and how things are going. Try not to over saturate it and keep the excitement.
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  2. Just daily exercise and life for myself. You could say I geek out on drums in a major way I'm also involved in the industry in small way. If you like it all natural Or with some glitz
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  3. Contests are actually a very affordable way to bribe people. I do this on my personal community. A calendar, a shirt, whatever it is can be cheap and gets them in the door/posting. People love a chance to win free stuff! Just need to ensure once you have your audience in you capitalize.
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  4. Oh gawd its all so so confusing isn't it? GDPR... don't collect data unless they opt in and make it so they can then ask you to delete all trace of them... and EU Vat law on sales says collect at least two pieces of information that says who they are and keep the records for 10 years.
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