“Win an Intel. Pentium. III Based PC!” — Contest Rules

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“Win an Intel. Pentium. III Based PC!” — Official Rules

The Contest is brought to you by Salon Internet, Inc. (“Salon.com”), and Intel Corp. (“the Sponsors”).

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER. CONTEST IS OPEN ONLY TO LEGAL UNITED STATES RESIDENTS.

Eligibility:

Contest is offered only within the 50 United States. Contest is open to all persons who are legal residents of the United States and are 18 years of age or older at the time of entry. Employees, officers, and directors of Sponsors, their parent companies, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising, promotion, and fulfillment agencies, and legal advisors, their immediate family members and persons living in their same household, are not eligible to participate in the Contest. Void where prohibited. All federal, state, and local laws and regulations apply. No purchase necessary to enter.

How to Enter:

All entries must be received by 11:59 pm on Friday, Oct. 15, 1999 (Pacific Daylight Time). As of September 30th this contest has been extended. Previous end date was October 4th. New end date of contest is Oct. 15, 1999. Limit one entry per household. Duplicate
entries, whether electronic or postal, will result in disqualification.

Participants must email entries to <b>lastsummer@memories.salon.com . While Intel. E-mail Postcard entries are strongly preferred, participants may mail a photo with full legal name, mailing address, telephone number, and e-mail address to:

“Last Summer of the Millenium”Contest
Salon.com
706 Mission Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
Attn: Promotion Entry

All entries must be post-marked by or before Friday, Oct. 15, 1999. Entries post-marked after that date will be discarded.
NO PHONE INQUIRIES, PLEASE.

Prize Details:

The Grand Prize winner will receive an Intel. Pentium. III Processor-Based PC, a KODAK ADVANTIX Camera and a certificate for a KODAK Picture CD. Only the participants using the Intel. Email Postcard on Kodak Picture CD will be eligible for the promotion. Grand Prize Winner must be 18 years of age to be eligible for the prize. Grand Prize winner’s name will be posted on Salon.com after he/she has signed an affidavit of eligibility for the prize.

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The total value of the Grand Prize depends on the machine type and time of purchase but will be approximately $3,000 for the computer and $200 for the camera for a grand total of $3,200. The Grand Prize winner will also receive a Salon.com photo album.

Some qualified entrants may receive a Salon.com photo album for registering with an Intel. Email Postcard on Kodak Picture CD while supplies last.

ALL TAXES ASSOCIATED WITH THE RECEIPT OF ANY PRIZES ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE WINNER(S).

All prizes are non-transferable, non-replaceable, and cannot be redeemed for cash, bartered or sold. Winners will be required to sign and return a release of liability, affidavit of eligibility and, where lawful, a publicity consent agreement, all within 14 days of notification.

By accepting and/or using the prize(s), winner(s) agree(s) to the use of their names, voices, and/or likenesses for the purpose of advertising, trade, or promotion without further compensation, unless prohibited by law. If a selected winner cannot be contacted, is ineligible, fails to claim a prize(s), or fails to timely return the complete and executed affidavit and releases as required, the prize will be forfeited and an alternate winner will be selected.

Selection of Winner:

Winners will be selected from from all qualified entrants by Friday, Oct. 15, 1999. The winners will be notified by phone, e-mail or mail. The winners will have 14 days from notification to accept their prizes. Sponsors are not responsible for and shall not be liable for late, lost, misdirected, or unsuccessful efforts to notify winner. By entering, participants agree to be bound by these Official Rules and the decisions of the judges, which shall be final. Sponsors, agents and representatives of Sponsors, their parent companies, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising, promotion, and fulfillment agencies, and legal advisors, are not responsible for and shall not be
liable for:

(i) late, lost, delayed, damaged, misdirected, incomplete, illegible, unintelligible, or postage-due entries; or

(ii) any condition caused by events beyond the control of the Sponsors that may cause the Contest to be disrupted or corrupted; or

(iii) any injuries, losses, or damages of any kind arising in
connection with or as a result of the prize, or acceptance, possession,
or use of the prize, or from participation in the Contest; or

(iv) any printing or typographical errors in any materials
associated with the Contest. Salon.com reserves the right, in its sole
discretion, to suspend or cancel this Contest at any time. By
participating in the Contest, participants agree to release and hold
Sponsors and the employees, officers, directors, shareholders, agents,
representatives of Sponsors, their parent companies, affiliates,
subsidiaries, advertising, promotion, and fulfillment agencies, and
legal advisors, harmless from any and all losses, damages, rights,
claims and actions of any kind in connection with the Contest or
resulting from acceptance, possession, or use of any prize, including
without limitation, personal injury, death, and property damage, and
claims based on content of the story, including but not limited to
publicity rights, copyright infringement, defamation, or invasion of
privacy. Winners will be selected by Friday, Oct. 15, 1999, and announced
once all affidavits of eligibility have been satisfactorily completed
and returned.

Winners’ List:

For a complete list of winners, please send a note requesting Winners’ List and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to “Last Summer of the Millenium” Winner’s List, Salon.com, 706 Mission St., 2nd Fl., San Francisco, CA 94103.

Click here to return to Contest Home Page. Good luck!

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