Anyone who’s been watching Inside the Moon knows what this is all about, but if you haven’t been watching my weekly live show (Fridays at 1 PM PST!), here’s the gist:
In Operation: Speak ‘n’ Sell, your task is to write and perform a voiceover for LRR’s latest t-shirt commercial (which you can view below). The commercial is advertising LRR’s sale on Desert Bus, WiiPlay, and How to Talk Like a Pirate shirts, which are now only $12 each!
Record your voiceover as a standalone audio file and send it, or a link to a hosted version of it, to [email protected] by Friday, June 11, 2010 for your chance to win the grand prize, which is one of the shirts you’re helping to advertise, with shipping included!
Special thanks go to Danzama, Brett Hospital, Vigafre, James Burton, and Graham Gier, who were willing to take pictures of themselves looking ridiculous for inclusion in the commercial. We salute you for putting yourselves out there!
If you’d like to discuss this operation or have questions regarding technical details, hit up this forum thread.
On today’s show, we discussed the recent LRR Ping-Pong Tournament, with a guest appearance by the champion himself, James Turner. We also debuted a brand new LoadingReadyRunners Operation, with your opportunity to win a brand new LoadingReadyRun t-shirt! Of course, we also had your favourite audience participation games and a period of Q&A.
If you have questions you’d like Tim and guests to answer, leave them in a comment on this blog post or write them in the forum thread.
Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry to Operation: I’m With the Band!
The winner and runners-up have been chosen, and the prize emails have been sent. The results were announced on Inside the Moon earlier today, and here they are for everyone to see:
Congratulations to AGloriousCuppa for winning a Desert Bus, Rejected WiiPlay Games, or How To Talk Like a Pirate t-shirt, and to Mad Madam Mimm and Katie Cook for winning a free button with their next purchase from the LRR Store!
Here are the winning entries, along with some honourable mentions: