Samsung SSTV Giveaway, Meet Our Winners!


It’s time to announce the winners of the SSTV Giveaway at Small Business Trends.

Kudos to the creators of the two winning tweets: Kimberly Thompson and Suzanne Lankford.

Here are their winning entries:

From Tiburon, Califormia, near San Fransisco, Thompson is a health coach who tweets at @kimberlytoday.

Hailing from Katy, Texas, Lankford is a restauranteur and operates Mom’s Eats & Sweet Treats, a local family owned and operated ice cream shop and restaurant. She tweets for her business at @sweetthingsnkt.

What They Won

Both contestants will receive a 40-inch Samsung Smart Signage TV (SSTV). The devices combine a TV and digital signage in one. So they are capable of generating bright digital business signs for your brick and mortar business.

The TV can also be used in another way. Combine a live TV feed with promotional information on a split screen, and your business can provide both features simultaneously for your customers.

But That’s Not All

Winners will also receive some additional items to make these great prizes even more useful. Both TVs also come with a wall mount and the necessary software to create unique signage designs and verbiage on their TVs.

Thanks to Samsung which sponsored the prizes and provided both prize packages valued at $749 each.

Here’s more on the Samsung Smart Signage TV for business.

The Contest

To win, each contestant had to answer a question each week on Twitter over the period of an eight week period from May 5, 2015 through July 7, 2015. Questions dealt with why small business owners wanted or needed the TVs for their locations.

Respondents were also required to include the hashtag #SSTVGiveaway with their tweets.

Thanks to Samsung and to the many business owners who participated. Read more about the contest here.
Image: Samsung

Joshua Sophy Joshua Sophy is the Editor for Small Business Trends and has been a member of the team for 16 years. A professional journalist with 20 years of experience in traditional media and online media, he attended Waynesburg University and is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. He has held roles of reporter, editor and publisher, having founded his own local newspaper, the Pottsville Free Press.