Telecaster Guitar up for Grabs in GPS World Booth 116

September 13, 2013  - By
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Answer a GNSS Trivia Question and Get in on the Musical Action

Got the urge to sling notes likes a Nashville country star? Come by GPS World’s booth (#116–#118) at ION GNSS+ for a look at the brand-new Fender Telecaster electric guitar — first prize in a random drawing of correct answers in a GNSS Trivia Contest.

One lucky winner will leave ION with this music legend under his or her arm. All you have to do is correctly answer One Question, such as:

What does DRMS stand for, in the GNSS community?

A.     Data Record Management System

B.     Decision, Risk, and Management Sciences

C.     Defense Resource Management System

D.    Distance Root Mean Square

Correct answers will go in one bin, incorrect answers in another.  At 3:45 p.m. Thursday in the GPS World booth, during the afternoon coffee break on the exhibit floor, one winner will be drawn at random from each bin. The winner from the first bin gets the Telecaster guitar; the winner from the second bin gets two tickets to GPS World’s Leadership Dinner on Thursday evening.

All players must complete a subscription form to qualify for a free subscription to GPS World magazine, or one of eight different email newsletters, in order to play the Trivia Game.

Winners need not be present at the drawing to win — but must respond to an email or text alert, to come by the booth before 6 p.m. on Thursday to claim either prize.

The Telecaster, a dual-pickup, solid-body electric guitar made by Fender, revolutionized sound when it burst upon the scene in 1951, and has been in continuous production ever since. Guitarists from Jeff Beck to James Burton, not neglecting Keith Richards or Bruce Springsteen, have played on a Telecaster.

Now one can be your very own!

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