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Holiday Giftaway Winners & Very Happy 2014 Holidays…

Our thanks to all of you that took the time to enter in to EPC, Inc.’s 2014 Holiday Giftaway project! Hundreds of shares and thousands of visits made for a very busy and prosperous time inside our Social Media Headquarters and we can’t wait to provide these great gifts to those that won!

epc-giftaway-laptop-wiinner-2014Our first winner – of our Business User Holiday Giftaway: A Dell D630 Laptop – is Remains, Inc: Textile Recycling/Vintage Wholesale in St. Louis, Missouri. Founded in 1981, Remains is a used clothing ^ textile recycler in Stouth St. Louis. They process materials for either reuse in export markets or recycle those materials into the wiper and fiber markets. They’re located at 3340 Morgan Ford Road in St. Louis, MO 63116 and are open from 8am-4pm. Be sure to stop in to understand more about how their business operates and congratulate them on a great win by participating in a one-of-a-kind project on Facebook! You can check out their website at remainsinc.com and don’t forget to ‘Like’ their business presence on Faceboook!

Our second and final winner – of an iPad3 for a Home User – inside this year’s 2014 EPC, Inc. Holiday Giftaway is: Mr. Aaron Corson of St. Louis, MO! Aaron, along with a very large count of home users shared our content to score a great iPad3! The iPad3 is the perfect, mobile companion that are also available in EPC, Inc’s 5500sqft Retail Showroom right now! Congratulations, Aaron!

The holidays are the perfect time for all of us to revel in the memories, experiences and family that we all hold so dear. Technology can bring new, and vibrant avenues to remember it all, and we hope that – along with great programs like EPC’s Holiday epc-giftaway-i-pad-wiinner-2014Giftaways, you’ll visit EPC, Inc. when the time comes to add new technology to your home or business.

Look for more great Giftaways as 2015 arrives and from the entire staff at EPC, Inc. – our thanks to everyone that participated, shared, commented and more during a time of giving that we always find fulfilling.

Happy Holidays, from EPC, Inc.!

Build an under-the-cabinet kitchen PC

Lifehacker is on a laptop recycling kick recently. Last week they showed us how to make a digital photo frame out of your old laptop. This week it is building your own under-the cabinet kitchen PC. Fashioned out of an old dell laptop, some coat hangers, and Puppy Linux, this DIY project looks like it would work great for checking the weather, listening to some internet radio, or looking up some recipies online. Man, what I wouldn’t give for a touch screen interface and software keyboard though.

If you are looking for more ideas on what do to with your old computer, check out these posts: