For more information please contact Vukile Themba
Sanlam Investments is hosting its Second Annual Duck Derby to raise funds for the Bonnie-People Project – a community development organisation that we have adopted as part of our social upliftment initiative. All proceeds will go towards assisting the Bonnie-People Project in funding the feeding scheme, day care facility and youth programmes that it runs to assist the inhabitants, particularly the children, of the settlement of Bonnievale.
Together we believe we can raise R100 000 for this worthy cause. To get more information on the Bonnie-People Project please visit www.bonniepeople.com.
Individuals and corporations purchase a ticket with a unique number.
Each unique number is attached to a duck that is released down the river on the day of the event.
The winning individual duck wins a cash prize of R5000 and the winning corporate duck wins R5000 to donate to a charity of their choice in the Robertson Wine Valley.
Individual ducks cost R100 and corporate ducks cost R1000. Donations below R100 can also be made.
Ticket price: R100
Prize: R5 000 cash prize
Ticket price: R1 000
Prize: R5 000 donation to a charity of your choice
All entries also qualify for the lucky draw assortment of prizes.
Purchase your ticket in a few simple steps – no registration necessary.
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Every donation over R100 will go on a duck on the day of the event and you stand a chance to win! Your unique number will be emailed to you.
All donations received will be invested in a Sanlam Investment Management Money Market Fund. Make your donation today and watch it grow!
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Read these competition rules carefully. These competition rules explain your rights and duties in connection with this competition. If you take part in this competition and/or accept any prize, these rules will apply to you and you agree that the promoter(s) can assume that you have read and agreed to be legally bound these competition rules.
Sanlam Investments Duck Derby
Wine on the River Festival, Robertson
The Sanlam Investments Duck Derby competition is open to all entrants who, as of 16 October 2016, are permanently resident in South Africa and are 18 years of age or older.
On the day of the competition, there will be two rubber duck races - a corporate race and a public/individual race.
Individuals and corporations can purchase rubber ducks as provided for below. The rubber ducks (which are each labelled with a unique identifying number) will be released down the river. The first three individual rubber ducks and first three corporate rubber ducks to cross the finish line will win prizes.
Sanlam Investments (as a division of Sanlam Life Insurance Limited, registration number: 1998/021121/06)
Entries open on 11 August 2016 and close on Saturday, 15 October 2016 at 23:59pm. No late entries will be accepted.
To enter, participants may buy tickets online at www.sanlamduckderby.co.za, or physically at the Sanlam Investments offices on 55 Willie van Schoor Avenue, Bellville or at the Wine of the River Festival in Robertson on 16 October 2016.
Multiple entries are allowed and entry into the individual race automatically ensures entry into a raffle.
Individual tickets cost R100 each and corporate tickets cost R1000 each.
Winners will be announced on 16 October 2016 and will be provided with the details of their winnings telephonically or via email on 17 October 2016.
All proceeds from the race will go to the Bonnie-People Project in Bonnieville
Participants stand to win:
The personal data supplied on the entry form will only be used in the process of administering the Sanlam Investments Duck Derby. By entering this competition you authorise the promoter to collect, store and use (not share) personal information of entrants for communication. You are entitled to decline any marketing communication by the promotor. Entrants’ full names for the competition may be made public after the adjudication.
Please contact Vukile Themba at email@example.com or at 021 950 4607.