We’re Giving Away an Autographed Anquan Boldin Jersey and 49ers Gear Pack

Dec 19, 2014 at 8:04 AM--




Want to enter for a chance to win an autographed Anquan Boldin jersey and San Francisco 49ers gear pack giveaway that also includes a Boldin signed photo?

First Prize:

  • An autographed Anquan Boldin jersey
  • A 49ers gear pack which includes a clear backpack, sunglasses, and autographed Anquan Boldin photograph

Second Prize:

  • A 49ers gear pack which includes a clear backpack, sunglasses, and autographed Anquan Boldin photograph.

This is all part of our season-long partnership with NRG Energy, the same company that powers the 49ers home, Levi's Stadium. They provide solar power to the 49ers' new state-of-the-art stadium. That power makes Levi's Stadium the first pro football stadium to open with LEED certification. It has been deemed the smartest stadium in the league by the Associated Press. That power is helping energize the stadium for every home game this season.

So how do you enter to win the Boldin jersey and gear pack? It's simple. Here's all you need to do:

Step 1:

Follow both 49erswebzone.com (@49erswebzone) and NRG Energy (@NRGEnergy) on Twitter.


Step 2:

Visit the following website: http://bit.ly/SFinf3

Step 3:

Tweet the following, replacing "YOUR ANSWER" with your answer to the question, "How many solar panels form the NRG Solar Terrance and NRG Solar Bridges?"

YOUR ANSWER. Trying to win a signed @AnquanBoldin jersey courtesy of @49erswebzone and @nrgenergy! Follow & RT! #49ersNRG http://bit.ly/1zHF2Zg

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That's it. Pretty simple, huh?

The contest will end on the evening of Tuesday, December 23 when we select a random winner. Enter as many times as you would like to increase your chances. We will contact the winner via direct message on Twitter. Because of the holidays, prizes will not be mailed out until after January 5.

The giveaways won't end here. Look for more giveaways from @49erswebzone and official energy partner @NRGEnergy until the end of the season.





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