More NewsiToast’ Launches Instant Prize Site, WinDough.Com

iToast' Launches Instant Prize Site, WinDough.Com

Interactive Toaster Company Inc. launched WinDough , a patent pending, ad-backed Prize Window.

Interactive Toaster Company Inc. launched WinDough, a patent pending, ad-backed Prize Window.

WinDough is pop-up window that has a continual display of electronic game pieces containing advertising, content or prize banners that players view and click on to win. Players watch and click on the randomly distributed prize banners to win $10,000 in cash, valuable gift certificates and WinDough gear.

“WinDough is unlike any prize game the Web has ever seen before,” said iToast’s founder and president, Scott Kurland. “We believe it is WinDough’s sheer simplicity, ease of use, and entertaining interface that makes it so popular.”

Visitors to the WinDough site get a simple-to-follow set of instructions to put the small WinDough “Prize Window” onto their screen, using any current Web browser. The Prize Window displays a new WinDough Electronic Game Piece every 30 seconds. When they appear, clearly marked “You Win!” prize banners must be clicked on within the time limit in order to be claimed.

“WinDough is free, and available to all U.S. and Canadian residents, except Quebec. There are no fees to play, and prize claim and shipping are also free,” said Dan Kurland, vice president and co-founder of iToast.

Interactive Toaster develops, markets and supports a family of Internet-based products and services designed with “simple-to-use” as their fundamental attribute. The company also operates MemberSites Free Community.

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