Three Contests coming to you from around the US and British Columbia.
The Baltimore Sun is sponsoring a Contest with one prize drawing every business day for the entire month of January, 2008. The daily prize will include two round-trip airline tickets from Baltimore to Orlando, and two nights at the "Nickelodeon Family Suites by Holiday Inn" while you're there. Each prize is valued at $800. Open to legal U.S. residents of Maryland who are at least eighteen years of age.
Enter for this or a number of other contests sponsored by The Baltimore Sun HERE.
The Houston Chronicle is currently offering the "Pro Football Weekly Scoreboard" where local area car dealerships make predictions for the weeks NFL football games. Contestants choose the car dealership they think could have the most correct predictions. Correct answers will then be entered into the monthly drawing for one $250 check. Two drawings currently remain, one each on January 17, 2008 and February 14, 2008. This contest is open to U.S. residents eighteen years of age or older, excluding employees of the Houston Chronicle and certain other restrictions. The entry deadline is February 1, 2008. Find this and more contests HERE.
Vancouver 24 Hours is offering readers the chance to win brunch for the winner and winner's co-workers in the "Vancouver 24 Hours Corporate Challenge", along with Vancouver 24 Hours Swag. The total prize value is $450. To enter, send a picture of you and your co-workers reading Vancouver 24 Hours to email@example.com along with your full name, company name, and the number of people you work with. Be sure to put SHARE in the subject line. The picture must be in JPEG format as an attachment to your email. This contest is open to residents of British Columbia who are nineteen years of age or older. Entry deadline is midnight January 18, 2008. Find more information on this and their other contests through their website. To find this contest, look for the link at the bottom of this article, then click on the "contests" channel on the left sidebar of the first page.