"New Brunswick is our home" Drawing Contest
Dialogue New Brunswick is calling upon New Brunswick's aspiring young artists under the age of 12 to enter drawings into the "New Brunswick is our home" contest. Through these creations, we want to share our province's linguistic and cultural vitality with all New Brunswickers. Show us what you love the most about our beautiful province. By sharing your drawing with us, your name will be entered into a draw for a chance to win one of eight $25 gift cards.
Official Contest Rules and Regulations
1. The Contest Period
The contest entry period commences on August 4, 2014 and concludes at 12:00 p.m. Atlantic Standard time on August 21, 2014 (the “Contest Period”).
The contest is open to all residents of New Brunswick who are under the age of 12. A parent or legal guardian must provide consent for the minor to be able to accept the prize. Failure to comply with this provision may result in disqualification of the entrant at Dialogue New Brunswick’s sole discretion.
Employees, directors and officers of Dialogue New Brunswick Inc. and their immediate family (living in the same household) are not eligible to enter the contest to win any prizes.
The contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook or Twitter.
3. How to enter
No purchase necessary.
All drawings must be accompanied by the child’s name, phone number or email and submitted by email or mailed to the following address before the end of the contest period:
440 King Street, Suite 640, Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B 5H8
4. Selection of Winners
On August 23, 2014 winners will be randomly selected among the entrants by Dialogue New Brunswick’s Co-Chairs.
Winners will be contacted by a representative of Dialogue New Brunswick within three (3) business days by telephone or e-mail.
Dialogue New Brunswick is not responsible for false, incorrect or changes to the provided contact information. Notification is deemed to have occurred immediately upon the sending of the notification e-mail or telephone call.
If the potential prize winner is unable to be contacted within three (3) business days of notification, another eligible entrant may be selected at Dialogue New Brunswick’s sole discretion.
5. The Prize
Winners will receive one of eight $25 gift cards.
6. Odds of Winning
Odds of winning depend on the total number of eligible entries received during the Contest Period.
Dialogue New Brunswick reserves the right to cancel, suspend, terminate and/or modify the Contest Rules or administration of the Contest, in whole or in part, without prior notice with no obligation or liability, including, if for any reason, the Contest is not capable of running as planned, whether due to technical failure, tampering, fraud, corruption of security or other causes beyond the control of Dialogue New Brunswick.
8. Ownership of Entries
All drawings entered into this contest become the sole propriety of Dialogue New Brunswick Inc.
9. Publicity Release
By entering the Contest, each entrant with his or her custodial parent or legal guardian consent to the use of his or her name, city of residence, photograph, voice, likeness, image or any other aspect of his or her personality for any publicity and programming purposes, commercial or otherwise, throughout the world, in all media, in perpetuity, by the Contest Sponsors, Prize Providers, promoters and their advertising and promotional agencies, without any obligation, notice, payment or compensation. Such consent shall also be included in the Release Form that the Prize winners (or if such winner is a Minor, his or her custodial parent or legal guardian) sign.
10. Compliance with Contest Rules
All entrants (or if the entrant is a Minor, his or her custodial parent or legal guardian, on the Minor’s behalf) agree to abide by the Contest Rules, which are subject to change at the sole discretion of Dialogue New Brunswick.
11. Compliance with Laws
This Contest is void where prohibited or restricted by law and is subject to all federal, provincial, territorial and municipal laws and regulations of Canada and of each province, territory and municipality of Canada, respectively