Monday, 17 March 2014

#ParentBloggers... Want to Win one of three Mark Warner Family Holidays? *Stupid Question*


Introducing Mark Warner’s Quarterly Blogger Challenges
To Win one of three Mark Warner Family Holidays!

A little message from the lovely folks at Mark Warner...
This year we wanted to see if we can create some fun and interesting content with the blogging community (that’s you by the way) with the help of our six lovely mummy blogger ambassadors (that's me) through our quarterly challenges.
 
In March, June, September and November we will be setting you a challenge, getting you to do what you do best … blog! With some AMAZING prizes up for grabs each round you would be a fool to miss out on this one. Especially when you have THIS as a grand prize...
Every blogger who takes part in each of the quarterly challenges will then be entered into a random draw to win 1 of 3 Mark Warner family holidays (families of up to 6 members) to one of our European Beach Resorts in summer 2015.
*Does a little excited dance*

See full terms and conditions and grown up bits and bobs below - any questions just shout.

Happy Blogging
Polly and Emilia
(Mark Warner representatives who are overly excited about this)
Picking the Winners
Mark Warner will randomly (through a randomizer software tool) pick three bloggers who completed each quarterly challenge and tweet through their blog posts to @mwholidays adhering to each challenge deadline. Winners will be announced on Monday 15th December 2014 via Twitter by 6pm GMT. Families can be made up of, up to 6 people.

 
I'm not being funny but what is there not to like about this?? I would love it if one of my readers won one of the holidays let alone the AMAZING prizes involved in each round.
Keep an eye out tomorrow for the first challenge, it involves a prince and an airplane...  

Challenge 1 - Family Holidays Fit For A Little Prince 
(1of5 £200 Kiddicare Vouchers) e: 07/04/2014

Challenge 2 - *Coming June 2014*
Challenge 3 - *Coming September 2014*
Challenge 4 - *Coming November 2014*
 
Terms & Conditions – Three Mark Warner Holidays
1.  The holiday must be taken before the end of 2015. 2. Max family size of 6 people. 3. The prize is not transferable; no cash alternative is available and is subject to availability. The prize cannot be modified. 4. Bloggers must be the lead guest and be present on arrival. 5. Bloggers are responsible for all travel arrangements and costs to and from the UK airport. 6. This prize draw is open to UK based parent bloggers, aged over 18, excluding employees of Mark Warner and their families and agents. Mark Warner reserves the right to verify the eligibility of all entrants. 7. By entering the application process the entrant agrees to be bound by these terms and conditions and confirm that they have the legal capacity to enter into this prize draw (ie. the entrant is of sufficient age and mental capacity and is entitled to be legally bound in contract) and the entrant confirms that they have a valid passport. 8. No purchase is necessary. Multiple entries will not be counted. 9.  The winner will be notified on Monday 15th December 2014 by telephone and/or email. 10. The chosen bloggers must confirm acceptance on Monday 15th December 2014, otherwise another blogger will be selected. 11. Mark Warner reserves the right to amend these rules or withdraw the prize draw at any time without notice. 12. In the event of any dispute regarding these terms and conditions or the prize draw, the decision of Mark Warner shall be final and no correspondence or discussion shall be entered into. 13. Mark Warner reserves the right to disqualify any entrant if it has reasonable grounds to believe the entrant has breached any of these terms and conditions. 14. Mark Warner does not accept any responsibility for any damage, loss, injury or disappointment suffered by any entrant as a result of acceptance or non-acceptance of this prize draw. 15. Mark Warner’s booking terms and conditions apply. 16. This application and these terms and conditions will be governed by English Law and any disputes shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales. 

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