Kingston Technology swaps the partridge and the pear tree for 12 days of prizes

December 11, 2009 // 5:35 p.m.

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Kingston Technology swaps the partridge and the pear tree for 12 days of prizes

London UK, December 2009 -- Kingston Technology Europe Ltd, a subsidiary of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, has been inspired by the classic 12 Days of Christmas for their festive competition.

Win Kingston products every single day until Christmas by going to Kingston’s website, A Macbook, an Olympus digital camera, a digital photoframe and limited edition Kingston products are waiting to be won.

“What better way to celebrate Christmas than to give away great products to our loyal customers,” says Paul Leaman, European Retail Sales Director from Kingston Technology, “We were inspired by the classic song but felt that a limited edition Kingston 4GB USB was far more useful than four French hens.”

To enter simply go to the website to find out what the prize of the day is and to enter the competition. Winners will be announced the following day.

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About Kingston Technology Company, Inc.

Kingston Technology Company, Inc. is the world’s largest independent manufacturer of memory products. Kingston designs, manufactures and distributes memory products for desktops, laptops, servers, printers, and Flash memory products for PDAs, mobile phones, digital cameras, and MP3 players. Through its global network of subsidiaries and affiliates, Kingston has manufacturing facilities in California, Malaysia, Taiwan, China and sales representatives in the United States, Europe, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Australia, New Zealand,India,Taiwan, China, and Latin America. For more information, please call +44 (0)1932 738888 or visit

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