DEAL OF THE WEEK CONTEST
The prize for this week's Deal of the Week Contest is a Round Trip Ticket to Las Vegas, courtesy of Liberty Travel. The ticket is good for one year and can be used from any departure site in the US. The prizes for the Deal of the Week Contests have been offered in conjunction with the Cavendish Invitational Pairs, May 9-11, 1997.
Therefore, this week's Deal is a presentation of a deal played by last year's winners of the Cavendish, Steve Weinstein and Fred Stewart, and the contest consists of selecting the winner among this year's pairs! You can name three pairs and if the winners are among your choices and your entry is randomly drawn, you will be the winner of a trip to Las Vegas. The player list can be found at our presentation of the Cavendish tournament.
You will have until Friday May 9 at 12:00 midnight (Eastern Standard Time) to submit your answer. The 1997 Cavendish winners will be posted as soon as they are known on May 11. The winner of the contest will not be posted until Tuesday, May 17 as we will have been away broadcasting the Cavendish over the internet. The Deal of the Week for May 16 will be delayed until May 17 and will feature a deal from the 1997 winners.
Rules for Submission:
1. Your entry must be received at our e-mail address no later than Friday May 9 at 12:00 midnight (Eastern Standard Time).
2. Your entry must include your full name, address, and phone number.
3. Your entry should have no more than three pairs listed.
The prizes for the Deal of the Week Contests are courtesy of Liberty Travel and Icelandair in conjunction with World Bridge Productions, inc. who are organizing the Cavendish Invitational Pairs Tournament. This tournament will be held in Las Vegas, May 9-11, at the Mirage Hotel. Bridge Base Inc. will be providing Online Vugraph of the tournament.
If you appreciate free online bridge services like the Deal of the Week and Online Vugraph, you can support our efforts by purchasing our software.
In order to view the Deal of the Week you need a Java compatible browser (such as Netscape Navigator 2.02 or higher or Microsoft's Internet Explorer 3.0). You also need 32-bit internet access, which generally means Windows 95 if you are using a PC.
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