Introducing the “Expense It with Expensify” Contest!

Ryan Schaffer —  August 7, 2013 — 1 Comment

You may have noticed that we’re not the biggest fans of expense reports. Our deep-seated hatred for them is what drove the creation of Expensify. After several years of battling the forces of terrible expense reports, we’re now 1.6M users strong with almost a quarter million companies under our belt. As a thank you to our community we wanted to offer a new contest.

Expense It with Expensify

It’s called the Expense It with Expensify Contest (we’re good at expense reports, not naming things) and you and your company can win a FREE YEAR of Expensify! 

To enter, all you have to do is tell us how awful your expense reporting process was in the past and since we’re suckers for happy endings, how much better it is now that you’ve started using Expensify! Just post it to Twitter, Facebook, Google+, your blog etc… (it has to be a public post or we won’t be able to see it). Make sure to include a link to use.expensify.com/expenseit in your post in order to be eligible.

Winning entries will be featured on our site and your company will win a FREE YEAR of Expensify!

If you haven’t started using Expensify yet, then go ahead and sign up at www.expensify.com.

Thanks everyone! Can’t wait to hear your stories!

Ryan Schaffer

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Expensify Director of Marketing and Strategy

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