Vote for your favourite tote for a chance to win a $1,000 Premium Outlet Collection EIA gift card! With every vote, $1 will be donated to the United Way of the Alberta Capital Region.
Local, independent Edmonton artist who specializes in acrylics for uplifting, colourful and unique pieces. Lori’s works have been showcased at Edmonton City Hall, the Muttart Conservatory and the Jubilee Auditorium.
Canadian Olympic Gold Medalist Women’s Halfpipe Skiing, PyeongChang 2018. Cassie is always pushing the next generation to follow their dreams, love the environment & get outside!
Canadian Olympic bobsledder and a retired Canadian football player, who played for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Edmonton Eskimos and Calgary Stampeders.
Ryan Jespersen & Kari Skelton
Edmonton power couple. Ryan is a beloved media personality and host of his very own show on 630CHED. Kari is a well known TV and radio host, and has recently curated a popular lifestyle blog.
The most awarded male Canadian country artist in history. Paul is an inductee into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and uses his music to raise awareness of social issues, such as his #NotInMyCity campaign, which focuses on anti-human trafficking.
Busy single mom of three daughters, and creator of the very successful mommy blog, Edmonton Mama. Michelle shares parenting experiences, tips and real-life stories to connect with Edmonton families.
Sandy Jo Karpetz
The brilliant mind behind the travel and lifestyle blog, The Pretty Secrets. Sandy is also a former British Vogue and Lula intern and a graduate from the Fashion Communications Degree program at Ryerson University.
Six-time Stanley Cup winner and seven-time NHL all-star. Kevin played 13 full seasons in his first stint with the Edmonton Oilers and was regarded as one of the three kings of the Oilers’ 1980s dynasty. Now he is the vice-chairman of the Oilers Entertainment Group.
Popular TV host, producer and entrepreneur. Bridget co-hosted the BT morning show, for 14 years, and is now the owner and Art Director of the Carter-Ryan Gallery and Live Art Venue in Canmore and Banff, Alberta.
Edmonton Oilers’ beloved mascot. Hunter is a Canadian lynx. He was named as a tribute to "Wild Bill" Hunter, the original owner of the Edmonton Oilers who founded the team in 1972. Hunter is the first ever mascot for the Edmonton Oilers.
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Premium Outlet Collection at Edmonton International Airport
1 Outlet Collection Way
Edmonton International Airport, AB T9E 1J5
VOTE FOR YOUR TOTE (The “Contest”)
RULES AND REGULATIONS
TO COMPLETE YOUR ENTRY YOU MUST READ AND AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS. PARTICIPATION IN THIS CONTEST CONSTITUTES FULL AND UNCONDITIONAL AGREEMENT AND ACCEPTANCE OF THESE CONTEST RULES AND REGULATIONS.
1. HOW TO PARTICIPATE
(a) The Contest is open to all residents of Alberta who are sixteen (16) years of age or older at the time of entry (any person under the age of 18 at the time of entry shall be required to have a parent or guardian accompany them to claim the Grand Prize, as such term is defined below). The following are ineligible to participate in the Contest: employees and their immediate families, representatives and agents of Ivanhoe Cambridge Inc., its subsidiaries or affiliates, their advertising and marketing agencies, all retail stores located at Premium Outlet Collection Edmonton International Airport (the “Shopping Centre(s)”) and their employees, the suppliers of the Grand Prize (as defined below), materials and services used as part of this promotional contest or any other party directly involved in holding this Contest, their legal and de facto spouse, and anyone else with whom these employees, representatives and agents are domiciled.
(b) All participants are subject to verification by the Contest Organizer (as defined below), including without limitation, the request to have a participant provide a valid piece of government issued identification.
1.2 Contest Period
(a) The Contest is held by Ivanhoe Cambridge Inc. (the “Contest Organizer”) and will begin May 2, 2018 at 10 a.m. MST and end on May 23, 2018 at 8:59 p.m. MST (the "Contest Period").
1.3 How to Enter
(a) NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. To enter the Contest each participant must visit the website link www.VoteForYourTote.ca, vote for one of the shopping tote images by clicking on the image, and fill out all necessary information and questions, along with the participants first and last name, email address, and phone number. The shopping totes are displayed at the in-mall display located at Premium Outlet Collection Edmonton International Airport. Each completed form must be submitted during the Contest Period. If a Participant does not have access to the website, the Participant may enter using an iPad available at Guest Services (individually, an “Entry” and collectively, the “Entries”).
1.4 Contest Entry Restrictions
(a) Participants of the Contest are restricted to one (1) Entry per person per day during the Contest Period. Any attempt by any person to: (1) submit more than one (1) Entry per person per day during the Contest Period; or (ii) use (or attempt to use) multiple names and/or identities to enter the Contest will be invalid for purposes of the Contest and may in the sole and absolute discretion of the Contest Organizer result in disqualification from the Contest. For each Participant vote, Premium Outlet Collection Edmonton International Airport will donate $1 to United Way Alberta Capital Region, up to a maximum of $10,000 total donation value.
(b) The sole determinant of the time for purposes of a valid Entry in the Contest will be an official clock chosen by the Contest Organizer.
(a) The Contest offers the chance to win one (1) Grand Prize, which includes:
One thousand Dollar ($1,000) Ivanhoé Cambridge gift card and shopping tote of choice (based on votes placed by Participant) (the “Grand Prize”).
(a) The odds of winning the Grand Prize depends on the total number of eligible Entries received during the Contest Period.
4. CONTEST WINNER SELECTION AND GRAND PRIZE REDEMPTION
(a) On or about May 24, 2018: One (1) eligible Entry will be selected (“the Selected Entry”) by random draw from all the eligible Entries received during the Contest Period in accordance with these Rules and Regulations.
(b) The Contest Organizer or its designated representative will contact the participant corresponding to the Selected Entry by email (using the information provided at the time of Entry) (such participant referred to as the “Potential Winner”) If the Contest Organizer or its designated representative is unable to contact the Potential Winner by May 29, 2018 or if there is a return of any notification as undeliverable, such Potential Winner will be disqualified at the Contest Organizer’s sole and absolute discretion and the Potential Winner will forfeit all rights to the Grand Prize. The Contest Organizer, may in its sole and absolute discretion, hold another random draw to select another eligible Entry from among the remaining eligible Entries, in which event the foregoing provisions herein shall apply to such newly selected Potential Winner.
(c) Before being declared a confirmed Grand Prize Winner (the “Winner”), the Potential Winner must successfully answer a skill-testing question unaided and unassisted and present government-issued photo identification verifying the residency and age of the Potential Winner and sign a Declaration and Waiver of Responsibility Form (or in the case of a minor, have his or her parent or legal guardian sign).
(d) If a Potential Winner (i) fails to correctly answer the skill-testing questions, (b) fails to return the properly executed Declaration and Waiver of Responsibility Form, (c) cannot accept, or is unwilling to accept the Grand Prize as awarded for any reasons, (d) fails to claim the Grand Prize by no later than June 11, 2018 or (e) is determined to be in violation of these Rules and Regulations, all as determined by the Contest Organizer in its sole and absolute discretion, he or she may be disqualified (and if disqualified, will forfeit all rights to the Grand Prize and the Contest Organizer reserves the rights, to select an alternate Potential Winner for the Grand Prize in accordance with the procedures outlined in these Rules and Regulations, in which case the foregoing provisions will apply to such newly selected Potential Winner.
5. GENERAL RULES AND CONDITIONS
(a) By entering the Contest, participants agree to be bound by these Rules and Regulations and the decisions of the Contest Organizer, which decisions are final with respect to all matters relating to the Contest.
(b) The Contest is void where prohibited by law and is subject to all applicable federal, provincial and municipal (or local) laws and regulations, as well as the rules adopted in view of said laws. Any Entry or Declaration and Waiver of Responsibility Form that is, depending on the case, incomplete, fraudulent, submitted late, mutilated or lacking any or the required information will automatically be refused and no Grand Prize will be awarded. The decision of the Contest Organizer in relation thereto is final and cannot be appealed.
(c) The Contest Organizer reserves the right to disqualify anyone that attempts to enter the Contest by means that violate these Rules and Regulations, including but not limited to bots, vote sharing, spamming, the use of fake or multiple emails. Such person may be referred to the competent judicial authorities and the decision of the Contest Organizer in relation thereto is final and cannot be appealed.
(d) The Grand Prize must be accepted as awarded and described in these Rules and Regulations and may not be transferred to another person, substituted for another prize or exchanged in full or in part for cash, subject to the below paragraph.
(e) Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event the Contest Organizer is unable to award the Grand Prize, or any part thereof, as described in these Rules and Regulations for any reason, the Contest Organizer reserves the right to substitute the Grand Prize], or any part thereof, of equal or greater value. In the event a substituted prize is awarded, said prize must be accepted as awarded and may not be exchanged for cash or otherwise substituted or transferred.
(f) The Contest Organizer reserves the right, at its entire discretion, to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Contest, in whole or in part without prior notice for any reason including, but not limited to, viruses, bugs, tampering or other causes beyond the Contest Organizer’s control which affect the administration, security, fairness or proper play of the Contest.
(g) Participants of the Contest agree to the use of their names, addresses and likenesses (e.g. photo or video) for promotional purposes for the Contest and similar promotions, for publication, and for marketing purposes by the Contest Organizer, without further compensation or notification.
(h) By entering the Contest, participants agree to hold harmless the Ivanhoe Cambridge Inc. And IC SPG POC at Edmonton GP Inc. as general partner for IC SPG POC at Edmonton LP and their affiliates, subsidiaries, agents, directors, officers and employees (collectively the “Released Parties”) against any and all liability, damages or causes of action (however named or described) with respect to or arising out of: (i) participant’s participation in the Contest, (ii) the receipt or use of the Grand Prize therein, or (iii) the administration of the Contest and the distribution of the Grand Prize awarded therein.
(i) The Grand Prize must be claimed by no later than June 11, 2018 in person and winners are solely responsible for their own transportation to accept the Grand Prize Prior to receiving the Grand Prize the Winner shall complete and sign the Contest Organizer’s standard form of Declaration and Waiver of Responsibility Form, which will be provided at the time of acceptance of the Grand Prize
(j) Subject to the right of the Contest Organizer to make all determinations relating to the Contest, any controversy or dispute arising out of the conduct of this Contest shall be resolved in the courts of the Province of Alberta applying the law of Alberta and Canada accordingly.
6. USE OF CONTEST INFORMATION
(a) By entering the Contest, all participants consent and acknowledge that the Contest Organizer shall have the right to use all information relating to the Contest, including information on participants obtained through the Contest, for purposes of running the Contest and, where expressly consented to, for marketing purposes, unless prohibited by law.
7. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
(a) The Released Parties are not responsible for any incorrect or inaccurate information, whether caused by website users or by any of the equipment or programing associated with or utilized in the Contest or by any technical or human error which may occur in the processing of submissions in the Contest. The Released Parties assume no responsibility for any error, omission, tampering, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, communications line failure, theft or destruction or authorized access to, or alteration of entries. The Released Parties are not responsible for any problems, viruses or technical malfunction of any telephone network or lines, computer on-line systems, server providers, computer equipment, software, failure of e-mail or players on account of technical problems or traffic congestion on the internet or at any website or combination thereof, including injury or damage to participants or to any other person’s computer related to or resulting from participating or downloading materials in the Contest.