Supreme Design Studio Makeover

MacMall has been around for a long time, making it easy for designers to find all the Mac products they need. Now they’re offering 2 design firms the chance to score a complete equipment upgrade with their 3rd annual Supreme Studio Makeover Sweepstakes.

The Supreme Studio Makeover features a prize for larger studios with 11 or more employees valued at more than $9,300 and a prize for studios with 1-10 employees valued at more than $4,700.  The products featured in the contest include:  the new 15.4” MacBook Pro with Retina display; Wacom Intuos5 Professional Tablets; Adobe CS6 Master Collection; Drobo S 5-Bay Storage Array; HP 24” Designjet 510 Large Format printer; 21” iMac; and more.

MacMall Supreme Studio Makeover Sweepstakes


    Beginning on 7/6/2012 through 11:59pm US Pacific time on 8/31/2012, fill out the entry form at and your company will be entered. Limit one entry per company.
    After contest period one small studio (1-10 employees) and one large studio (11+ employees) winner will be selected in a random drawing from among all eligible entries by the sponsor, whose decisions are final. Odds of winning will depend upon the number of eligible entries received.
    One Small Studio Makeover prize will be awarded to companies with one to ten employees, approximate retail value $4,800. One large studio makeover prize will be awarded to companies with eleven or more employees, approximate retail value $9,400.
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3 thoughts on “Supreme Design Studio Makeover

  1. Kimi Mischke

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but don’t contests like these qualify as spec work? If so, I don’t think it’s appropriate for HOW to support something that the graphic design industry considers unethical, exploitative, and harmful to our industry as a whole. And shame on you, MacMall, for following this unfortunate trend and biting the hand that feeds you!