Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Giveaway: Samsung Galaxy Note Phone

Our last giveaway ended but yesterday, yet here we are today again with another awesome freebie. It never rains, but it pours, indeed. Except for at Geek headquarters, where we keep giving away gadgets without getting any for ourselves. Hm. Food for thought.

But back to the topic at hand. This Samsung Galaxy Note phone is brought to you in honor of the 1O1O Million Challenge. The series is a horse-on-horse battle to the finish line, comparing the performances of individual equines in the Happy Valley races over a six-month period. Points are awarded to horses after each Class 3-or-above race every week on Wednesdays from September 12 this year until February 27, 2013, with the prize money set at HK$1 million.

Why these Happy Wednesdays is important to you is because of the race-watching and gambling (just don't go overboard!) and of course, the off-course peripheral activities, like the 1O1O Beer Garden, theme nights and other special activities. There will also be competitions running such as our own giveaway. Check out others on their Facebook page.

In the meantime, to win the phone is simple. All you have to do is answer these two questions in an email to giveaway@hkfashiongeek.com. This giveaway is only open to Hong Kong readers, and the deadline for entries is October 3.

What is the name of the horse-racing series sponsored by 1O1O?
a. 1O1O Million Challenge
b. 1O1O Billion Dollar Challenge
c. 1O1O Racing Cup

How often do 1O1O Million Challenge races run?
a. Every week at Happy Valley racecourse from September to February 2013
b. Twice a year – opening night in September and closing night in February
c. Once a month at Happy Valley racecourse, from September to February

Galaxy Note image: androidandme.com

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  1. I was wondering, although I don't currently reside (as Im an overseas student) in Hong Kong am I able to send to family in hongkong ??

  2. Yes, that's fine! The Hong Kong restriction is for mailing reasons.