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Meet An NBA Legend And Win An HP Computer

Posted on November 06, 2009 by Dean Hybl
BJ Armstrong made an appearance in Chicago as part of the HP Windows 7 promotion.

BJ Armstrong made an appearance in Chicago as part of the HP Windows 7 promotion.

HP, Windows 7 and Best Buy have teamed with the NBA to give fans a chance to win two tickets to a 2010 NBA Playoff Game or one of seven HP computers equipped with Windows 7 Home Premium being offered each week during this seven week contest.

The promotion kicked off in Washington with an appearance by Eric “Sleepy” Floyd and then last week in Chicago as former Chicago Bulls guard BJ Armstrong made an appearance at a local Best Buy store promoting the products.

Sports Then and Now Chicago Bulls correspondent Scott Ottersen had a chance to interview Armstrong during the event. Check out Scott’s interview with the former NBA superstar.

As part of the promotion, former NBA superstars will be appearing at Best Buy stores across the country promoting HP and Windows 7.

You can register to win here.

Below is the entire appearance calendar. For more details, click here.

Atlanta – Saturday Nov. 7th
Player: Dominique Wilkins
Time: 12:30-3pm
Best Buy 504
1875 Pleasant Hill Rd
Duluth, GA 30096

Philadelphia – Sunday Nov. 15th
Player: Daryl Dawkins
Time: 1:30-3pm
Best Buy 898
2300 S Christopher Columbus Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19148

NYC – Saturday Nov. 21st
Player: Earl Monroe
Time: 1:30-3pm
Best Buy 1531
Union Square Grand Opening
52 E. 14th Street #64
New York, NY 10003

Houston – Sunday Nov. 29th
Player: Clyde Drexler
Time: 1:30-3pm
Best Buy 291(Galleria)
5133 Richmond Ave
Houston, TX 77056

Los Angeles – Saturday Dec. 5th
Player: Kareem Abdul Jabbar
Time: 1:30-3pm
Best Buy #183 (Atwater Village)
2909 Los Feliz Blvd
Los Angeles, CA  90039

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