Date — 27 February, 2012
In collaboration with the Volvo Ocean Race and Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing Team, IWC Schaffhausen is excited to give IWC enthusiasts the opportunity to take part in a totally unique “Money Can’t Buy” experience at one more Volvo Ocean Race event—this time, in Miami, Florida, USA.
To enter the competition each participant must correctly answer a question about IWC. The competition is divided into two draws, and there will only be two winners. The first prize draw will take place on March 16th 2012, and will see the lucky winner whisked off to join the Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing Team and IWC Schaffhausen upon arrival in Miami, Florida, USA on the weekend of May 18th, 2012, where they can experience the excitement of the in-port races.
In addition to the exceptional experience, the winner will be presented with an IWC Portuguese Yacht Club Chronograph, get to meet members of the Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing Team and their boat, as well as join IWC aboard one of the IWC hospitality sailing boats.
The competition (hereinafter referred to as the “Competition”) started on 10th August 2011 and will last until 16th March 2012. During this time, participants (hereinafter referred to as “Participants”) will be asked to submit the correct answer to a multiple-choice question about IWC together with their personal information in order that two Participants be selected to win an IWC Portuguese Yacht Club Chronograph and a paid trip to one of the Volvo Ocean Race event locations mentioned above.
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