Rysc ❤️ Students

March 08, 2016

Are you a university student who is interested in using our products but have more ideas than cash? Keep reading to find out how you can score huge discounts.

Using your university email address, please send the following information to sales@ryscc.com:

  • Your name
  • The name of your university
  • A list of our products you'd like to have
  • A photo of yourself on-campus being interesting/funny/etc.
  • A description of what you plan on doing with our products

Your entry will be reviewed and scored on a scale of 1 - 10. The score of your entry will then be multiplied by $12 to arrive at your discount reward. You will then receive a coupon code for use on our website.

Your photo, first name, university and a short blurb will then be posted on our website along side other entries.






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