Jul 07 AT 6:36 PM Taylor Wimberly 86 Comments

21 Droid X phones are hidden waiting for you to find them

Verizon released their first teaser campaign for the Motorola Droid X last month which revealed the hidden Twitter account @DroidLanding. Since that time, the account has been tweeting about 21 different locations where Droid X phones are hidden across the country.

The clues are starting to become more specific and we have identified several of the cities. The contest details were previously a mystery, but Verizon just posted the official contest rules. Hints will continue to be released over the coming week that will guide you towards a hidden certificate that will grant you a free Droid X.

Traces will continue to be tweeted until the final clue is release which will contain the GPS location for each Certificate. We have an unfinished list of the 21 locations after the jump, so help us fill it in if you discover one of the cities.

  1. Nevada
  2. Unknown
  3. San Francisco, California
  4. New York, New York
  5. Dallas, Texas
  6. Florida
  7. Unknown
  8. Alabama
  9. Tennessee
  10. Houston, Texas
  11. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  12. Ohio
  13. New York
  14. Chicago, Illinois
  15. Unknown
  16. St. Louis, Missouri
  17. Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri
  18. Bloomington, Minnesota
  19. Unknown
  20. Unknown
  21. Unknown

3. How to Participate in the Promotion and Claim a Prize: During the Promotion Period, there will be a Scavenger Hunt, where 21 Certificates for a free Droid Phone will be hidden across the country. Clues as to where the 21 Droid Certificates (“Certificates”) will be hidden will be tweeted on a regular basis from @DroidLanding. To view the tweets, visit http://www.twitter.com/droidlanding. Dates and times of Certificate placement will vary, but the final clue of each GPS location for each Certificate will be tweeted at the time it is hidden. Participants will have 4 hours from the time of the posting of the final clue to find the Certificate and once it is found, follow the instructions on the Certificate to claim their prizes, subject to verification.

Via: Droid Life

Source: Verizon

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