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[Once] 2017/11/06 BIRKS ICONIC JEWELRY DESIGN CHALLENGE CONTEST, Judged, AOM, no QC

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2017/11/06 BIRKS ICONIC JEWELRY DESIGN CHALLENGE CONTEST, Judged, AOM, no QC

The Contest started October 27, 2017 and ends at 11:59 p.m. EDT on November 6, 2017.
Limit of one (1) entry per person during the Contest Period.

ENTER: https://contests.etcanada.com/birks/

If selected as a Finalist (see RULES), be legally able to travel to Toronto, Ontario from November 21, 2017 to November 26, 2017 to participate in a series of design challenges (defined below) and be featured on the program “Entertainment Tonight Canada”

Each entrant must submit an entry form including a URL link to a YouTube or Vimeo video, approximately sixty seconds (:60s) in length, showing sketches or design work (collectively, the “Entry Designs”) and explaining why they are Canada’s next great jewelry designer (the “Entry Video”, and together with the Entry Designs, the “Work”). More in RULES.

RULES: http://media.etcanada.com/wp-content/co ... _FINAL.pdf

PRIZES.
(a) Finalist Prizes. There are three (3) finalist prizes (each, a “Finalist Prize” collectively, the “Finalist Prizes”) available to be won by the Contest finalists (each, a “Finalist” collectively the “Finalists”) consisting of a trip to Toronto, Ontario, which includes:
(i) Round-trip economy airfare for the Finalist from a major Canadian airport located near the Finalist’s home, as determined by Corus in their sole discretion, to Toronto, Ontario;
(ii) Round-trip ground transportation for the Finalist between the airport and hotel in Toronto, Ontario and the hotel and the set in Toronto, Ontario;
Three (3) to five (5) nights hotel accommodation to be selected by Corus in their sole discretion for the Finalists based on single occupancy unless otherwise indicated; and
(iv) An appearance on the television program entitled “Entertainment Tonight Canada” to showcase the Finalist’s designs (the “Finalist’s Designs”) and to participate in design challenges (the “Design Challenges”) that may take place from November 21, 2017 to November 26, 2017.
(b) Each Finalist Prize has an approximate value of One Thousand Three Hundred Canadian dollars (CDN $1,300.00). Actual value of Finalist Prize will depend on departure city.

If the Finalist lives within a two hundred (200) km radius of Toronto, Ontario as determined by the Sponsors in their sole discretion, the Finalist Prize will not include airline travel to and from Toronto, Ontario. Alternative transportation may be awarded, as
determined by the Sponsors in their sole discretion.

Three (3) Finalists shall be selected as follows:
(a) On or about November 9, 2017 in Toronto, Ontario, three (3) entrants will be selected by the Sponsors and or the Sponsors’ representatives (the “Judges”) based on the following equally weighted criteria: (i) creativity; (ii) uniqueness; and (iii) point of view as a jewelry designer (the “Criteria”). Each entrant shall be eligible to win only one (1) Finalist Prize. The odds of being selected as a potential Finalist are dependent upon the number of eligible entries received by the Sponsors. Before being declared a Finalist, the selected entrant shall be required to comply with the Contest Rules and sign and return the Release (described below).
(b) The Judges, in their absolute discretion, shall select the Finalists based upon the above Criteria.

EACH SELECTED ENTRANT WILL BE NOTIFIED BY E-MAIL NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 11, 2017 AND MUST RESPOND WITHIN TWO (2) BUSINESS DAYS OF NOTIFICATION.

Grand Prize. There is one (1) grand prize (the “Grand Prize”) available to be won by the Grand Prize winner (“Winner”) to be selected consisting of:
(i) Five Thousand Canadian Dollars (CDN$5,000.00); and
(ii) An opportunity to work with Birks (without further compensation) to design a capsule collection (the “Capsule Collection”), which Birks may choose to sell at select Birks or Birks partner locations at Birks’ sole discretion.
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