This competition has been running for a week or two over at Afrigator and now SA Rocks is jumping on the band wagon. And why would we not jump on board to help you, our loyal readers, win a dinner with the incredible band, The Parlotones.
Competition rules are below:
Afrigator / Parlotones Hands on Wine dinner competition rules
These rules (“these rules”) govern entries into the Afrigator / Parlotones Hands on Wine dinner competition (“this competition”). If you enter the competition you agree to be bound by these rules. Should you elect not to be bound by these rules, your entry will not be considered as a valid entry into the competition.
This competition is being run by Afrigator Internet (Pty) Ltd in conjunction with Hands on Wine (Pty) Ltd, A company called it and The Parlotones band (“The Organisers”).
In order to enter this competition and be considered for the prize, you must:
own a blog that you regularly maintain (“your blog”);
ensure that your blog has been registered on Afrigator.com;
create a blog post (“your blog post”) on your blog, before the closing date, that mentions the Giant Mistake wine somewhere in the content of the post;
post a link back to the Giant Mistake wine website located at http://theparlotoneswine.com on your blog post.
By entering this competition you confirm that you are at least 18 years of age.
This competition ends at midnight on the 31st of October 2009. The winners of this competition (“prizewinner”) will be selected on or before 7 November 2009 and will be notified by the contact email address supplied when registering on Afrigator.com as well as on http://blog.afrigator.com. If the prizewinner fails to contact us the judges will be forced to allocate a new winner for the competition.
This competition is only open to residents of South Africa.
There are two prizes available for this competition.
Dinner with The Parlotones band at a venue in Johannesburg
Dinner with The Parlotones band at a venue in Cape Town
Two different entrants are entitled to winning a prize. One prizewinner residing in Johannesburg and one prizewinner residing in Cape Town will be selected to attend the prize in the city they reside in.
Transport to and from the venue does not form part of the prize and is for the prizewinners own account.
Accommodation in Cape Town or Johannesburg does not form part of the prize.
The outcome of the competition is subject to the decision of The Organisers of the competition, whose decision is final, and no negotiations and or correspondence will be entered into after the fact.
Participants enter the competition at their own risk and The Organisers bear no responsibility for any loss, damage or harm suffered as a result of participation in the competition.
If The Organisers are unable to deliver a prize to a winner or if a winner fails to claim the prize then the prize concerned shall be forfeited.
The Organisers reserve the right to redistribute all unclaimed prizes if not claimed after one week after being given away.
Prizes may not be exchanged for cash or any other prize, nor are they transferable to any person other than the prizewinner.
No employees and immediate family of The Organisers nor their PR or advertising agents are allowed to participate.
The Organisers reserve the right, in its sole discretion, to suspend, alter, amend or close the competition as necessary.
The participants entering or taking part in this competition authorise The Organisers to publish any or all the details of the participant and or to take pictures of the participant without any liability on the part of The Organisers and or remuneration due to the participant.
If you are the prizewinner of the competition, you will need to make yourself available to attend the dinner (“claim the prize”) on a date specified by The Organisers. Should you not be able to claim the prize on the date specified then The Organisers will be forced to allocate a new winner for the competition.
No personal information will be disclosed to third parties without the user’s permission.
In the case of any disputes regarding these rules the decision of The Organisers will be final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into.
The laws of the Republic of South Africa govern this competition. You consent to the jurisdiction of a Magistrates Court in the Republic of South Africa, which has jurisdiction in respect of any dispute arising out of any aspect of this competition.
The Organisers may amend these rules from time to time in writing without notice to you. It is your responsibility to check for updates and amendments to these rules. To the extent these rules constitute an agreement between you and The Organisers, you agree that these rules may only be amended, in writing, by The Organisers.
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