Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Ducks want "Crazy or Downright Outrageous" fans

Ducks want Crazy or Downright Outrageous fans
You can tell the Anaheim Ducks are working hard to attract fans. They are holding a "fan contest" to win a Honda Ridgeline.

The Ducks website:

What kinds of funny, crazy or downright outrageous things would you be willing to do to win a Honda Ridgeline? We want to find out!

Submit a video 30 seconds or less showing us what you’re willing to do to win a brand new 2008 Honda Ridgeline.

We’ll show selected contestant videos all season long at selected Anaheim Ducks home games and let the fans choose their favorites.

The more creative the better, and winning entries will then qualify for a chance to win a brand new Honda Ridgeline at our final home game on Fan Appreciation Night.

The sooner you enter, the more games and chances you’ll have to win, so get out your camera phones, digital or video cameras and show us what you’ve got!
Would any Rangers fans sign on for a chance at a new car? These restrictions apply:
  1. Must be a resident of the United States (void in NY, FL, and RI).
  2. Must be 18 years or older to enter.
  3. Videos that show the destruction of public property or property that does not belong to the contestant, offensive behavior/visuals, use offensive language or are inappropriate in any way for viewing by the general public will be disqualified.
The 'outrageous' plan: Go win the car. Put NY Rangers logos on sides. Post video of "Rangers mobile" in action on YouTube and give us the link, which we'll post.

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  • Anonymous said...

    With Dancing Larry dancing on the hood.

  • jb said...

    anon, That's a winner. The Rangers if they had a contest like this might make the grand prize a dinner with Dancing Larry and Glenn Sather.

  • The Dark Ranger said...

    ...only if it included a personalized license plate
    "Bench Malik"

  • jb said...

    Or symbolically the bed could be loaded with a long "two-by-four" --

    Liked your blog reference to the flexibility challanged Malik: "the skating two-by-four (a.k.a. "Lurch")