Posted on December 5th, 2017

Free For All – One Month Free Access to Map Mavin

Map Mavin is our GIS cloud, have you checked it out yet? If not, you can find out more information about it here.

If Map Mavin looks like a service you could use to create the web maps required for your next project, then you need to check out this monthly article where we give away up to five (5) free subscriptions!

So here is how this will work. Each month, we will give away up to five free one-month subscriptions to Map Mavin – that is a $20 value per subscription! Included in this free one-month subscription is 5 gigabytes (GB) of cloud-based storage and download bandwidth, plus you even get an additional free trial month. Once you exceed this 5 GB limit, you would be charged $0.75 per GB for the storage and/or bandwidth you use in the rest of the month. Then you would pay a base rate of $20 per month for Map Mavin from there if you decide to keep the service active. If you are already a Map Mavin client, we will credit your account $20 if you win the contest.

To win, you will need to submit the correct answer to the trivia question below. You have 24 hours from the time our newsletter sends to submit your answer. We will randomly draw the five winners from the group of readers who answered correctly; and then announce these winners in the next edition of The Geospatial Times.

Okay, ready, set, here we go:

What is the oldest church in the United States and in what year was it finished; further what city and state is it located in and who was the US president when it was finished?

You have 24 hours to get us the correct answer to this question by email. Please submit your answers to

November 2017 Free For All Answer & Winners!

In November, the answer to the Free For All trivia question was Sputnik which was launched into space on October 4, 1957 to a height of 583 miles where it made 1,440 orbits around our planet in its 92 day life span.

We had one winner in November, Steve Leonard, congratulations!

Good luck winning our monthly prize and let us know if you have any questions about Map Mavin!

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