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Recent Graduates and Young Alumni Survey Contest - Official Contest Rules


1. Contest Period

The Recent Graduates and Young Alumni Survey Contest (the Contest”) starts on May 12, 2016, and closes on May 27, 2016 (the “Contest Period”).

2. General Eligibility
The Contest is open to alumni residing in Winnipeg and surrounding area who are 20 to 40 years old at the time of entry, have a valid email address in the university’s alumni database and who have submitted an on-line survey requesting entry into the Contest

Excluded from eligibility are any employees of External Relations unit within the University of Manitoba, such persons are encouraged to complete the Survey, but are not eligible to enter the Contest.

3. Prizes
Prizes include:
– One iPad Air valued at approximately $600.
A Prize must be accepted as awarded and no prize substitutions or prize transfers will be allowed.

4. Online Entry

To enter the Contest, Eligible Participants must complete:

(a) the Survey; and
(b) the official online Contest entry form by entering your full name, and your current e-mail address.

You can submit a survey without providing any personal information, but without a name and contact information you will not be eligible for the Prize.

Limit of one (1) Contest entry per person. In the event it is discovered that you attempted to enter more than once, then all of your entries may be void.

By entering the Contest, entrants accept and agree to be bound by the Official Contest Rules set out herein, and accept the decisions of the University of Manitoba as final and binding, without right of appeal, in all respects, including without limitation, as to eligibility and/or disqualification of entries. Entries that are incomplete, irregular, have been submitted through illicit means, or do not conform to or satisfy any condition of these Official Contest Rules shall be disqualified without notice to the entrant.

5. Contest Draw
A tentative Prize winner (the “Prize Winner”) will be determined by random drawing by External Relations, on June 6, 2016.

The odds of winning are dependent upon the number of eligible entries received.

6. Awarding of Prize
The Prize Winner will be notified by email. The tentative prize winner will have five days to respond and arrange prize pick up. If the External Relations unit is not contacted by the Prize Winner within this time period another Prize Winner may be selected until the Prize has been awarded and claimed.

To claim the Prize, the Prize Winner must:

(a) provide proof of identification;

(b) answer (without assistance) a time-limited mathematical skill-testing question; and

(c) sign a declaration, waiver and release, affirming he or she has read, understood and agreed to be bound by these Official Contest Rules, grants all consents required and as contemplated by these Rules, authorizes the University of Manitoba to broadcast, publish and disseminate his or her name, likeness, voice, performance, city of residence and biographical information in connection with any promotion, publicity, or news, entertainment and/or information purposes, without further consent and without compensation, and releasing the University of Manitoba, its affiliates, representatives, employees and agents from any and all liability of any kind whatsoever arising out of the Prize Winner’s participation in the Contest and/or receipt and execution of the Prize awarded.

7. Release
By entering the contest, the Eligible Participants agree to release the University of from any and all liability regarding the Prize and computer related problems such as viruses, tampering, unauthorized intervention or other technical issues deemed as a result of entering the contest through electronic means.

8. Privacy
The entrant’s personal information is protected in accordance with the University of Manitoba’s privacy policy.

No private information will be transferred on to any third parties and the results of the survey shall remain anonymous unless you have consented otherwise.

9. General
This contest is subject to all applicable federal, provincial and municipal laws including the University of Manitoba internal policies.

By entering the contest, the entrants agree to abide by the Contest Rules and the University’s decisions with regard to this contest will be final.

The University reserves the right to terminate this contest at its discretion. The University also reserves the right to terminate an entrant’s eligibility to participate if the entry does not meet the entrance requirements or the entrant is found to be abusing the Contest rules in any way, including electronic entry tampering.

The University of Manitoba assumes no responsibility for lost, late, incomplete, or misdirected entries or for any transmission, data, storage, or computer failure or failure of any kind resulting in the entry form being lost, destroyed, damaged or delivered after the close of the contest.

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