ATLANTA, May 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- WorthPoint is giving its followers a chance to win a trip to Las Vegas to go thrifting with Spike TV's Thrift Hunters—Jason Smith and Bryan Goodman—with its first ever What's it Worth? Challenge.
Beginning today, WorthPoint will host its first ever Facebook video contest, looking for the WorthPoint user who has found the most worth out of WorthPoint's valuation tools. Contestants will share their experience in a short, creative video on WorthPoint's contest page.
In a three-minute video, contestants will show their item, answer a few questions about the item, and describe how WorthPoint helped value their antique or collectible.
WorthPoint fans will determine the top three finalists by online voting; but Smith and Goodman will determine the winners with the most creative video on June 5.
"I encourage all WorthPoint users to share their story with us. We believe that it is the customer that defines the worth of our tools, and we want to find those individuals that have found the true value of using WorthPoint," said Will Seippel, founder and CEO of WorthPoint. "We are excited to engage our subscribers in a fun, new way by challenging them to get creative and make a video about something that helped them find, value and price their item!"
The What's It Worth? Contest will begins May 5 and ends on May 30 at midnight EDT. To learn more or participate in the challenge, please click the link below: http://bit.ly/1nbizMy
WorthPoint (www.WorthPoint.com), founded in 2007, is an online information company that has become one of the world's leading resources for researching and valuing art, antiques and collectibles. WorthPoint's suite of products includes the Worthopedia—a database of the sales records for more than 200 million items, aggregated from virtual marketplaces and leading auctions houses, Marks and Library (http://www.marksandlibrary.com/)—an online resource that includes digitalized books on antiques and collectibles, as well as examples and information about makers' marks, and GoAntiques (http://www.goantiques.com/)— the oldest, most established online marketplace for buying and selling antiques and collectibles. WorthPoint also offers an iOS application available on an iPhone/iPad, allowing users to access WorthPoint's Worthopedia "on the go." The company is headquartered in Atlanta, Ga.
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