Wells Fargo Is Building a Twitter-Powered Conveyor Belt to Dole Out Tech Gifts for Grads

Tablets, smart watches and fitness trackers

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To celebrate the annual time of year when students trade in their backpacks for the much heavier shackles of college debt, Wells Fargo is building a Twitter-powered conveyor belt to give high school graduates tech prizes for the next phase of life.

On Thursday, the San Francisco-based bank will run a contest on Twitter to give away 100 tablets, smart watches, fitness trackers and good-old-fashioned gift cards—all in the name of graduation season. As part of the #GetCollegeReady campaign, anyone on the social platform over the age of 17 can use the hashtag and tweet Wells Fargo for a chance to win.

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