Awaking from a Winter’s Sleep

Visitors who check the site regularly may have noticed a design change implemented yesterday, switching the header image to a hockey theme. But what does this mean? It means Overtime Central is awaking from a long winter sleep to bring to you a hockey contest.

Coming in a few days will be the launch of our latest contest, to start January 29. This will be another unique offering by Overtime Central, slightly experimental, but we are sure that it will be a fun and challenging contest for all interest levels. In order to gauge interest, we would like anyone who follows the site to leave a comment if they intend to play (yes, sight unseen). I know many others have gone into hibernation also, so I will have to make the rounds waking people up and getting entries. Thanks and remember to leave a comment and sign up in a few days.

8 Responses to “Awaking from a Winter’s Sleep”

  1. Cindy Says:

    We’re in.

  2. Jim Says:

    How much?

  3. Jon Says:

    @Jim: Same as always

  4. Gord Says:

    Count me in!

  5. Jon Says:

    What a response. I’m overwhelmed. Thanks all.

  6. Jim Says:

    Should I just send my money directly to Gord?

  7. mudler Says:

    Yes

  8. Jon Says:
    Reporter: Gord, you've been referred to as "the funny one."
              Is that reputation justified?
        Gord: [seriously] Yes.  Yes, it is.
              [Everyone laughs]
    

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