CHERRY HILL, N.J. — Gaw Technology is marking its 30-year anniversary by giving away a variety of pop culture touchstones from 1990.
The contest, “Gaw Goes Back,” will award one lucky winner from the industry an assortment of prizes that’s sure to conjure memories of big hair, preppy style, TV about “nothing” and 16-bit video games that couldn’t be played with anyone who wasn’t sitting in the same room. The contest is open to everyone, but entries must be received by Oct. 1, which is the anniversary of the company’s actual founding date.
“Anytime you reach a major milestone, it’s a good time to look back at where you came from and where you are headed as a company,” said Kathy Gaw-Betz, president of Gaw. “When I started Gaw Technology, orders and invoices were mostly on paper, and Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric were four years away from asking Allison what the internet is. But we thought it would be especially fun to travel back to 1990 to see what the pop culture zeitgeist looked like at the time we went into business.”
The prize package, valued at over $1,000 includes:
- His and Hers motorcycle jackets
- Blu-ray copies of “Goodfellas” (top movie) and “Dances with Wolves” (Best Picture winner)
- The complete“Seinfeld” series on DVD
- Janet Jackson’s “Rhythm Nation 1814” CD
- Swag from 1990 championship teams (San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Pistons, and Edmonton Oilers)
- A replica Nintendo Super NES video game system
- Gaw Technology 8U Soho Small Desktop Server Rack Cabinet with perforated front/rear doors
To enter and view official rules, visit gawtechnology.com/gawgoesback.