Celebrating 200,000 orders to happy customers and our community
Today is a big milestone for Adafruit, we just passed our 200,000th order (2012-11-25 05:17:12). Stephan from Germany is the 200,000th order – We’ve given him his order for free and a $200 gift certificate. This was his first order at Adafruit for some Raspberry Pi related products, he was pleasantly surprised by the news 🙂
Thank you everyone for supporting Adafruit all these years, we’re looking forward to serving you for the next 200,000 orders and beyond.
I’m really happy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and yes you can name me in your blog 🙂
Regards from Flintbek.
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