Thursday, March 19, 2009

Subway Squawker contest: How to have a Hava in your home

Although Squawker Jon and I have been squawking about the Yankees and Mets for years now, we offically started writing Subway Squawkers in March 2006. In honor of our third anniversary of squawking, the folks at Monsoon, creators of the HAVA, are offering one of their cool machines to our readers.

What is a HAVA? It's a device that plugs into your cable box and allows you to watch your TV programming on a laptop or a mobile phone. If you can't be home to see the big game, you can watch it elsewhere if you have a HAVA. You can read more about the device here and here.

The product retails for $99, but one lucky Squawkers reader will get to have a HAVA in their home for free. Here's how:

Tell us, in an email to, which Major League Baseball clip you never get tired of seeing, and why you love that clip. Is it Aaron Boone's homer? Or the slow roller to Buckner? Or even (shudder), the Red Sox beating the Yanks?

Please include your name, address, and phone number in the email, and put the word HAVA in the subject line. The deadline for contest entries will be 5 p.m. on Friday, March 27.

To keep this process as unbiased as possible, the folks at HAVA will judge all entries, and pick out the best one. Good luck!

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