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Win Rugby 7s tickets for dad with Rebel Sport!
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Congratulations to Teresa Johnson of NSW who has won four Rugby 7s four session passes!
To celebrate Father’s Day, Melbourne 2006 and Rebel Sport are giving you a chance to treat dad to a day of fast-paced Rugby 7s action.
To enter, simply purchase any official Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games polo shirt, jacket or tee-shirt from any Rebel Sport store, complete the in-store competition form and place it in the box provided for your chance to win.
The winner will receive four highly sought-after Rugby 7s four session passes (Price Level A) to the Games on 16 and 17 March 2006.
11 September 2005
The winner will be drawn on 28 September 2005 and announced on 30 September 2005.
Authorised under permit numbers: NSW: TPL05/08177 SA: T05/2671
Terms and Conditions - M2006 Father's Day promotion
1. Information on how to enter and on prizes form part of these terms and conditions. By participating, entrants agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.
2. Entry is open to residents of Australia, except the paid employees of Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Corporation (“the Promoter”) and all Commonwealth Games bodies, Rebel Sport employees and the immediate family of those persons are ineligible to enter.
3. To enter the prize draw, you must purchase any official Melbourne 2006 polo shirt, jacket or tee-shirt from any Rebel Sports store in Australia and fill in the entry form available in store.
4. The promotion commences at 9am EST on Wednesday 17 August 2005 and closes at midnight EST Sunday 11 September 2005.
5. There is one major prize consisting of 4 x four session passes to the Rugby 7s event at the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games. This prize consist of 16 tickets in total at Price Level A. This prize comes to a total value of $600.
6. A random manual prize draw will be conducted at midday at the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games head office at the World Trade Centre Siddeley Street , Melbourne 3000 VIC on 28 September 2005.
7. The winner will be announced on 30 September 2005 and contacted by phone and in writing within one week of this date and their details published on the Melbourne 2006 website and in The Australian on 7 October 2005.
8. If, for any reason the winner is unable to accept their prize a second draw will take place on 28 December at the same address as previously detailed. In this instance the winners name would be published on the website and placed in The Australian on 4 January 2006.
9. Prizes are not transferable and are not redeemable for cash. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any late, lost or misdirected entries.
10. Use of the tickets in the prize is subject to the terms and conditions applicable to those tickets.
11. In the event that any part of the prize becomes unavailable for reasons beyond the Promoter’s control, the Promoter may substitute a prize which in the Promoter’s sole opinion is of equal or greater value subject to state legislation.
12. Subject to any applicable law which cannot be excluded, the Promoter, the State of Victoria and all Commonwealth Games bodies shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury suffered or sustained (including but not limited to direct or consequential loss or loss arising from negligence) arising directly or indirectly out of or in connection with the promotion or the prize.
14. The Promoter is Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Corporation, ABN 22088659705, World Trade Centre, Siddeley Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000.
15. These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of Australia. Authorised under permit numbers NSW: TPL05/08177 SA: T05/2671
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