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October 13th 2008
I like the fact they not only have a grand prize winner, as well as second- and third-place winners, but they also have daily winners, which usually generates a much larger number of entries than if Thrifty only offered a grand prize winner. (more…)
May 19th 2008
May 12th 2008
January 28th 2008
Many teams have hosted look-a-like contests over the years, and they usually have involved college and professional sports team’s coaches. Mountain Dew took a different approach, though, with its “Dicky V Sound-a-Like Contest.”
This could be a fun promotion for any basketball team, as well as other sports teams looking to create a promotion to engage its fans. (more…)
November 26th 2007
U.S Bank has partnered with the Utah Jazz to offer U.S. Bank customers and Jazz fans the opportunity to be the “Jazz Co-Captains of the Game” at each of its 41 2007-08 home games.
Fans can visit any of the 45 U.S. Bank locations and register for their chance to be the “Jazz Co-Captains of the Game,” and no purchase is necessary to enter the drawing through March 15, 2008. (more…)
November 12th 2007
The TRUTH and Papa Murphy’s have teamed up with the Utah Jazz in a neat enter to win contest to reward one very lucky Papa who is quitting (or who has quit) tobacco with a one-year supply of pizza and a video iPod in “The Dancin’ Papas” contest.
Here’s how it works – each participant will be selected at random, paired with a Jazz dancer for coaching and then perform on game night. (more…)
May 4th 2007
MasterCard and American Airlines have teamed to offer fans the Ultimate Baseball Prize Package where fans have an opportunity to win a grand prize gift pack that includes $10,000 in American Airlines gift cards, a $15,000 MasterCard gift card to be used towards baseball tickets, and a premium baseball gift bag.
This is a great enter to win contest with attractive prizes. It’s interesting to note that When you review this online baseball promotion, one may automatically assume MLB is involved, but there are no MLB logo or reference; simply “baseball.” (more…)
September 26th 2006
Have you conducted a naming contest for your mascot, the dance team, a student support group, your family section, or any other naming contest?
It may be well worth the publicity you receive, and you could go as far as Good Year and actually set up a web site domain dedicated to the naming of its blimp.