Five (5) Grand Prize winners and fifteen (15) Secondary Prize winners will be selected in a random drawing on or about September 20, 2019, from among all eligible Entries received. Sweepstakes drawing will be conducted by Administrator, whose decisions will be final and binding on all matters related to the Sweepstakes. Potential winners will be notified by Email and potential Grand Prize winner will be required to sign and return an Affidavit of Eligibility and Liability Release and, (where legally permissible) a Publicity Release within five (5) days of attempted notification and confirmation of mailing address. Potential Secondary Prize winners will be required to confirm their mailing address within five (5) days of attempted notification so that prizes can be sent to them. Noncompliance within the timeframe specified or return of any prize/prize notification as undeliverable will result in disqualification and an alternate winner may be selected. Odds of winning depend on the total number of eligible Entries received.
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