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(nɪnˈtɛn doʊ) Trademark.
1. a system for playing video games.
2. any game designed for this system.
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They completed a Nintendo scavenger hunt, created a cyber mural and instigated a flash mob.
Week after week the Dallas Nintendo Street Team met the challenges we gave them with skill and creativity, and they came out on top," says George Harrison, Nintendo of America's senior vice president of marketing and corporate communications.
Nintendo also organized Street Teams in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Seattle and Atlanta.
Nintendo tasked the six Street Teams with a series of five challenges designed to test their creativity.
The worldwide leader and innovator in the creation of interactive entertainment, Nintendo Co.
For more information about Nintendo, visit the company's Web site at www.
The Ultimate Summer Job was given to 50 Nintendo Street Team hopefuls across the country today.
These Nintendo Street Team members will be ambassadors of Nintendo, reaching new people, one-on-one, and getting them excited about Nintendo's newest games," says Peter MacDougall, executive vice president, sales and marketing, Nintendo of America Inc.
Nintendo Street Team members were hand-picked via open "casting calls" in the selected six cities, as well as from audition tapes sent from around the country.
During Nintendo's 48-hour Boot Camp, Nintendo Street Team members will receive extensive training in game play techniques, tips and tricks, Nintendo history, marketing, and promotions, leaving them prepared to conquer their hometowns.
Additionally, Nintendo Street Team members will spend part of their summer online with other devoted Nintendo fans, tracking their work experience and giving a peek into their lives via job diaries, bios and online chats hosted on the Nintendo Street Team Web site.
For more information about NINTENDO GAMECUBE or any other Nintendo product visit the company's Web sites, www.