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Starting customer of the week

We love our customers, and want to share how awesome and creative they are. Each week we’ll choose a Customer of the Week who will get something awesome (probably a shirt), definitely a coupon for a discount on new purchases, and definitely a photo and a description of the awesome thing they did.

How To Submit

How do you become a customer of the week? Well, we won’t know you did something awesome unless you tell us. There are two ways to submit. Choose the one that’s best for you:

  • Send us an email at [email protected] Include your name, a photo (or link) of your awesomeness, and a brief description.


  • Like us on Facebook and share something with us. Include the photo or video, and give it a brief description.

We’ll take your photo and brief description, and if you are chosen, we’ll let you know, we’ll post it on our site, and we’ll ask for your address so we can send you stuff.

Some Rules

  • Once you’ve been customer of the week, you can’t do it again. You can still send us stuff, but we have to spread the awesome.
  • Family and employees of Deep Freeze are ineligible. We can’t play favorites.
  • Don’t do anything illegal or dangerous or stupid. Customer of the week isn’t THAT big a deal.

Tips for winning

  • Be awesome. Big fish being held by kids that are smaller than the fish, large piles of fish, impressive stacks of slush being pulled out of a hole. Impress us.
  • Be creative. We want to see how you’ve used our products in ways we hadn’t considered, to solve unique problems.
  • Good descriptions/stories. Nothing too long or too short. A couple paragraphs is good, unless you are a fantastic story teller.
  • Good quality photo/video. Cell phone camera is fine, and if it’s the middle of the night and there’s no other way to get the shot, we’ll accept it. No need to have a staged photo shoot. But higher quality images do have that special sauce.

Ways to lose

  • Doing something illegal.
  • Doing something not family-friendly (we don’t want to see your beer can pyramid, or nudity, or things that are just not appropriate for us to have on our company web site).

This guy can’t be Customer of the Week because he’s staff. But this is the kind of thing we like to see.