Want to get a limited edition Dreamhost keychain? Check out the post below on how to get one.

My web host, Dreamhost is celebrating its 10th birthday. Last week, they had their official 10th year party at the Elevate Lounge in downtown LA where they had free food, drinks and swag for their guests and employees.

Swag included limited edition keychains (500 pieces to be exact) made especially for that event. There are some leftover keychains from the party and they’re giving it all away. Here’s how the keychain looks like:

Limited Edition Dreamhost Keychains

Dreamhost Limited Edition Keychain

If you’re interested all you need to do is send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

DreamHost
Dept: Brett is Awesome
PMB #257
417 Associated Rd.
Brea, CA 92821
USA

Make sure that the self-addressed envelope you send have at least $0.75 of US postage inside. Btw, its limited to one envelope per person. If you want one, you better hurry up and send your self-addressed stamped envelope right away to get your free limited edition Dreamhost keychains!

Anyone here got or plan to get the limited edition Dreamhost keychains? How do you like the design of the keychain? Please share your thoughts by leaving a comment below.

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4 Comments

  • JP Habaradas, October 29, 2007 @ 11:15 AM

    @McBilly – Yeah, it’s open to anyone who’s interested in having those keychains. :)

  • McBilly, October 29, 2007 @ 11:06 AM

    Interesting Jaypee. But like what Teejay is confirming, is this also open for non dream host members?

  • JP Habaradas, October 29, 2007 @ 5:30 AM

    @Teejay – Yup, they’re nice! The sender doesn’t have to be a Dreamhost account holder. :)

  • Teejay, October 29, 2007 @ 5:26 AM

    Nice chains. Do you mean that the sender is not required to be using their hosting services?

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