by Tony on 04/14/09 at 12:50 PM ET
We’re gonna do a quick contest prior to the start of the Penguins/Flyers playoff series on Wednesday night. Mountain Dew, in promoting their new Mountain Dew Voltage® drink, are giving away two Voltage prize packs that will include Voltage product and T-shirts. Voltage is charged with raspberry citrus and ginseng. It’s great for giving drinkers a much-needed energy kick. Last year, over a quarter million votes helped Mountain Dew Voltage win the DEWmocracy election. The taste, name and color of all three ‘candidates’ were also developed by DEW fans. Mountain Dew® is also running an online sweepstakes to promote the new drink by offering them a chance to win great prizes such as gaming gear, iPods and snowboards. You can check it out at this link.
Here’s how the contest will work;
In 15 words or less
, simply tell me why the Penguins will beat the Flyers in the first round of the playoffs.
I’m not looking for an X’s and O’s answer, this is strictly for fun. Be funny, be witty. But let’s not get carried away,no vulgarity nor profanity please
A few ground rules:
be a KK member to be eligible to win. If you’re not a KK member and would like to participate, click here.
- U.S. and Canadian residents only, sorry to our European and elsewhere readers.
- All entries in the comments MUST be submitted prior to 7PM ET on Wednesday. I will select the winner sometime on Thursday.
Really looking forward to some creativity, let’s see them !!!
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