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ServerBeach Launches Unique Dedicated Server Giveaway

March 31, 2010 by  

Web Hosting ToolsSouthampton, UK – ServerBeach, the dedicated server arm of global online managed hosting provider PEER 1 Hosting, is offering new and existing customers a free body piercing for every new server ordered on April 1st. Qualifying customers will receive their piercing at the ServerBeach stand at this year’s Internet World in London, April 27 – 29.

Dominic Monkhouse, MD, ServerBeach said: “We were tired of the typical boring giveaways that have been done to death. We’ve decided to do something a little more interesting and give our customers something more memorable. So roll up – order a server on April 1st and get metal!”


Tattoo and piercing specialist Dante of Frith Street Tattoo commented: “We loved this idea as soon as we heard of it. Who wants a cheesy free promo keychain when you can get a piercing instead? This is a really cool idea – we’re looking forward to the first ServerBeach customer.”

Contact the ‘Get Metal’ team on 0800 840 7480 to place your order on April 1st and receive your piercing at Internet World.

About PEER 1 Hosting
PEER 1 Hosting believes in the limitless opportunity of the Internet, and the business growth potential it provides for its more than 10,000 customers. As a global online business hosting provider, PEER 1 offers a reliable high performance Internet network supporting scalable Managed Hosting, Dedicated Hosting through the ServerBeach brand, and Colocation solutions. Backed by its 100 percent uptime guarantee and 24x7x365 FirstCall Support™, PEER 1 ensures customers’ online presence is always fast, always available. Since 1999, PEER 1 has grown to include 16 state-of-the-art data centers and points-of-presence throughout North America and Europe. The company’s headquarters are in Vancouver, Canada, with European operations headquartered in Southampton, UK.  PEER 1 shares are traded on the TSX under the symbol PIX. For more information visit: www.peer1.com or www.peer1hosting.co.uk.

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