>> I wanna be the very best
>> Like no one ever was
>> to collect them is my real test
>> to save them is my cause
>>I will travel across the 'Con
>>Searching far and wide
>>Dropout Detective buttons
>>that I can wear with pride
--- Sung to the tune of Pokemon theme song
Once the Pandamon Go challenge was announced, the engineering department at AspirEDU tried to decide if we could whip up a hot new AR (Augmented Reality) game over the weekend to play at InstructureCon. The answer was no - we were too busy rolling out new features for our clients so we came up with an RR (Real Reality) game instead.
We have brought five kinds of buttons to Keystone. Your challenge: collect all five. It sounds easy but we only have a limited amount. There are a few ways to get a Dropout Detective button:
- Come by the AspirEDU table in the Partner showcase and talk to one of us - we will only be giving away one type of button here, so while we'd love to have you come by our table multiple times to chat, that won't help you get a variety of buttons
- Come talk to anyone from the AspirEDU team away from our booth
Each of us will be carrying a random selection of buttons with us (although each of us might have more of a different button than the others ¯\_(ツ)_/¯). Come introduce (or re-acquaint) yourself with us and we'll be glad to give you a random button.
I did say random in there a random number of times. That's because it's possible you'll collect duplicates of a button - that's ok. Use those to trade with other attendees to get all five. It's another way to meet random people across the 'Con.
The winner will be the first person to post a picture holding or wearing all five buttons. We will have a special prize (a $299 Yeti Hopper 20 or similarly-valued Amazon gift card) for the winner as well as the Pandamon Go points.
Once we've declared a winner, we'll announce how the challenge system will work. The hint we'll give is: make friends with other people who have buttons.
Solved! Go to Solution.
Congrats to Stacey from Olivet Nazarene for winning the button collecting challenge. Stacey has won a $300 Amazon gift card for finding us in various places to to get new buttons.
Now, let's see if anyone can post a picture with the most Dropout Detective buttons - duplicates allowed.
Thanks to everyone that stopped by to say hi and learn more about how we can help.
Well done, you win a Photoshopped (actually, gimped) prize - an image of a Yeti cooler and a super-mini Yeti cooler (holds up to two ice cubes!). Thanks for coming by as often as you did, Sean!