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Attention Canadian Teens! HTC searching for future Tech Bloggers
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Attention Canadian Teens! HTC searching for future Tech Bloggers

Teens are among the biggest consumers of technology technology..when is the last time you saw a teen who didn’t own a mobile phone?  This generation of young people grew up with the internet and know their way around this electronic universe..many are passionate about the technology. Well if you are one of those teens or know one who knows technology inside out and would like to share their passion HTC is looking for you. The leading smartphone manufacturer, producer of the acclaimed HTC One series of smartphones is inviting teens 13-19 years old to visit its Facebook page and sign up for it’s Teen Reviewer Program.

This is how the Teen Reviewer Program Works:

  • Starting today, tech savvy teens are invited to tell HTC why they love technology and new products at https://www.facebook.com/htccanada/app_201684233230808
  • Those who demonstrate a passion for technology and have a blog or website will have the chance to test and review the HTC devices of their choice.
  • They will also have the opportunity to have their review featured on HTC’s web site and Canadian Facebook® page.

So head on over to HTC’s Facebook page and sign up..you may be one of the lucky future tech bloggers to be invited to try out and review one of the latest HTC  devices.

 

Bob Benedetti

Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal

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