Everyone loves picnics, especially on Oliewenhuis Art Museum’s green lawn. No gesture is as wonderful as sharing a memorable day with that extraordinary individual in your life. What if you could win a lovely picnic experience for you and a loved one?
On Saturday, 12 February 2022, Oliewenhuis Art Museum will welcome 5 winning couples to enjoy a true Valentine’s Day picnic experience. After the winners have been treated to welcoming drinks they will be taken to specially decorated picnic spots in the Sculpture Garden, where they will enjoy a delicious light lunch picnic to the value of R500. If you’re one of the winning couples, all you need to do is to dress up for this occasion and be at the art museum at 11:00!
Enter the Valentine’s Picnic Competition if you would like to be one of the lucky winners.
How to enter:
1. Complete an entry form (entry forms will be available at Oliewenhuis Art Museum).
2. Drop the entry form in the entry box at Oliewenhuis Art Museum. No e-mail or other electronic entries will be accepted.
Please note that the competition closes on Sunday, 6 February 2022 at 16:00. On Monday, 7 February 2022 the winners will be selected via a lucky draw and will be posted on the social media platforms of Oliewenhuis Art Museum. Winners will also be contacted personally.
Terms and Conditions apply
For more information please contact Anelisa Dondolo at Oliewenhuis Art Museum on (051) 011 0125 or email@example.com.
Terms and Conditions:
- The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- Staff members of the National Museum and satellites, and their immediate family members may not enter.
- Prizes do not include transport to and from Oliewenhuis Art Museum.
- The competition will run from Friday, 21 January until Sunday, 6 February 2022 at 16:00. Late or incomplete entries will not be accepted.
- Only hand- delivered entries will be accepted. No e-mail or other electronic entries will be accepted.
- There will be five couples who will each receive a picnic basket and a prepared and decorated picnic spot in the Sculpture Park at Oliewenhuis Art Museum.
- The prize is neither negotiable nor transferable, and may not be exchanged for cash.
- The prize may be subject to additional terms and conditions not mentioned hereunder, but in accordance with relevant South African legislation.
- On Monday, 7 February 2022 the winners will be selected via a lucky draw and will be posted on the social media platforms of Oliewenhuis Art Museum. Winners will also be contacted personally.
- The Promoter, Oliewenhuis Art Museum (a satellite of the National Museum, Bloemfontein) will try to contact the winners for two days following the draw. If the winners cannot be contacted or does not respond to messages within that period of time, or chooses to decline the prize, then their prize will be forfeited and another winner will be drawn as soon as possible.
- By entering this competition, the entrant consents that may use names and images taken of the winners for publicity purposes, without any further remuneration being payable to the winners. The winners may decline to participate in any promotional activity by notifying Oliewenhuis Art Museum in writing. All promotional material will become the sole property of the Promoter.
- Participants in this competition hereby indemnify, release and hold harmless the Promoters and their successors, employees, officers, suppliers, contractors, agents, consultants, directors and shareholders from and against any losses, claims, proceedings, actions, damages, liability for harm, injury or death, demands, expenses or any costs howsoever arising out of their participation in this competition or their use of the prizes, and/or any person with whom they share that prize.
- Participants understand and agree that in order to offer the competition, the Promoter must collect and use personal information about participants.
- The Promoters reserve the right to cancel, modify or amend the competition at any time if deemed necessary in their own opinion or if circumstances arise outside of their control.
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