These school holidays we’re running an extra special promotion just for children aged 13 years and under.
This is their chance to win their very own Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite VE 7.0″ Tablet.
All they have to do is draw a picture of our of our rescue helicopters and upload it to our Facebook page before October 11, 2015.
Then rally your rellies and get them to ‘LIKE’ our Facebook page, and ‘LIKE’ their drawing. Winner will be decided by public vote.
ONLINE DRAWING COMPETITION
Included Terms and conditions
- To enter, visit Philips Search and Rescue Trust Facebook page www.facebook.com/rescuehelicoptertrust and upload a photo or scan of a drawing of one of the Philips Search and Rescue Trust (PSRT) Rescue Helicopters. These include: – Waikato Westpac Rescue Helicopter, Waikato-King Country; Trustpower TECT Rescue Helicopter, Tauranga; BayTrust Rescue Helicopter, Rotorua; Greenlea Rescue Helicopter, Taupo – Central Plateau; or the Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter, Manawatu-Whanganui.
- Entry is open to New Zealand residents aged 13 years or under on the date of closing.
- Number of entries per person is unlimited.
- The promotion commences on Saturday 26th September, 2015 00:01(NZST) and closes midnight Sunday 11th October, 2015 23:59(NZST)
- The winner will be decided by the number of likes the drawing has received by 16th October, 2015.
- The winner will receive a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, provided courtesy of Noel Leeming.
- For full terms and conditions of entry at www.rescue.org.nz
Online Terms and conditions
- All entrants need to leave contact details be notified by phone and or email/mail.
- The Trust will not be liable for any loss, claim, cost, expense, liability or injury (“Loss”) suffered by any person in any way associated with the Offer, except where such Loss cannot be excluded by law.
- PSRT and its related companies accept no responsibility for late or lost entries.
- The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will be provided courtesy of Noel Leeming Te Rapa (and PSRT accepts no responsibility or liability in relation to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, its use, condition or operation, including the item malfunction or needing replacing.
- The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is not transferrable and cannot be exchanged for cash.
- The Name and drawing of the winner will be published on the PSRT website and Facebook on 20th October 2015.
- If for whatever reason the winner cannot be contacted or cannot claim the prize, the second most popular drawing will be selected. In the event of a draw, the top entries will be selected randomly.
- PSRT reserves the right to verify the validity of entries and to disqualify any Entrant where PSRT believes that the entry or the entry process has been tampered with, or where any entry has been submitted not in accordance with the Terms and Conditions.
- If for any reason PSRT determines, in good faith and at its sole discretion, that this promotion is not capable of running as planned due to any event beyond the control of PSRT, it may in its absolute discretion cancel the promotion at any time.
- PSRT reserves the right to modify the terms of this competition at its discretion and to extend, modify, postpone or otherwise alter the competition at any time.
- All entries become the property of the PSRT, to use at its discretion.
- Eligible Entrants consent to the PSRT using the Eligible Entrants name, likeness, image and/or voice in the event they are a winner (incl. Photograph, film and/or recording of the same) in any media for an unlimited period of time without remuneration for the purpose of promoting this competition (including any outcome), and/or promoting the work of PSRT
- PSRT reserves the right to request winners to provide proof of age, identity and residency prior to awarding a prize. Identification considered suitable for verification is at the discretion of the PSRT.
- This competition is open to New Zealand residents only.
- PSRT’s decision is final in relation to all aspects, terms and conditions of the competition.
- These Terms and Conditions are governed and construed in accordance with New Zealand law and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the New Zealand courts