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Hamilton Island Race Week - Henri Lloyd announces two ultimate prizes

by Fran Burke on 2 Aug 2011
Henri Lloyd . www.henrilloyd.com
Henri Lloyd believes in balance. Function and style. Performance and quality. Lifestyle and technical marine. Through Henri Lloyd’s continuing sponsorship of the prestigious Australian sailing regatta, Audi Hamilton Island Race Week, both elements are brought together with the announcement of a competition to win two exclusive prizes, one Marine and one Fashion, worth a combined total of over $5,000! This is your chance to win the ultimate Henri Lloyd lifestyle.

First of all, drawing on almost 40 years of authentic marine heritage, Henri Lloyd is offering all competitors of Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2011 the chance to win Henri Lloyd 'Experience the Shockwave' prize kit worth over $2000. The lucky winner will receive the very latest in Henri Lloyd high performance marine wear for 2011 including Shockwave Offshore Jacket, Shockwave Hi-Fit Trousers, Deck Armour, Ocean Extreme Sea Boots and an ultra cool holdall to carry all the loot in. Shockwave is the world’s only fully integrated and modular system of protective foul weather clothing for Offshore to Round the Cans racing. One system that lets you choose and modify the level of performance you require from the elements and impact protection. The arrival of this new collection on Australian shores next month is truly something worth celebrating and the winner will be one of the first people in Australia to experience the future of marine innovation! *Please see further terms and conditions below.

And to bring true balance, Henri Lloyd is also offering a second prize to all people attending Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2011 of the 'Ultimate Henri Lloyd Fashion Escape' worth over $3000. This is the perfect chance to stock up on the latest men’s and women’s Henri Lloyd Spring Summer 2011 collection that draws on a long line of nautical heritage blended with hot off-the-runway trends that embody classic style. The prize includes return flights to Sydney for two from your capital city, two nights’ accommodation in an exclusive Sydney hotel with breakfast, $1000 spending money at Henri Lloyd signature store in Chatswood Chase, a personal Henri Lloyd stylist experience in store including champagne on arrival, $100 dinner voucher plus airport and store chauffer transfers. Now that is living the ultimate Henri Lloyd life! *Please see further terms and conditions below.

Be sure to enter these amazing competitions by completing the entry form and dropping into the competition box at Marina Retail, Front Street, Hamilton Island. Entry forms can be collected either on island at the regatta office, in store at Marina Retail, Henri Lloyd Chatswood Chase and Henri Lloyd Mosman or by downloading from the official AHIRW website. Competition closes 5pm Monday 22nd August 2011.

The prizes will be drawn during the Henri Lloyd fashion parade on Tuesday 23rd August 2011 starting at 7pm on the Main Stage, Front Street during Audi Hamilton Island Race Week. To make things more interesting, the winner (or a representative) must attend the event to collect the prize – otherwise a new winner will be re-drawn on the spot! So make sure to note the date and time in your diary.

Henri Lloyd’s lifestyle collection for Spring Summer 2011 is in stores now. Available at Henri Lloyd signature stores in Chatswood Chase and Mosman in Sydney, Marina Retail store on Hamilton Island, selected David Jones’ stores in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth and exclusive independent boutiques across Australia.

For more information, please contact Henri Lloyd on 02 9638 4333 or fran@burkemarine.com.au.



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*Terms & Conditions: Prize 1: 'Experience the Shockwave' prize kit is open only to registered competitors of Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2011 (skippers & crew). Prize will couriered out to winner after AHIRW 2011 once winner’s sizes have been confirmed. Prize must be redeemed before 30/11/2011. Prize 2: 'Ultimate Henri Lloyd Fashion Escape' is open to all people attending Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2011 (regatta competitors and their families, island guests and corporate guests). $1000 spending money is to be used on current Spring Summer and Marine 2011 collection at full RRP prices. Return economy flights for two people from nearest capital city. If winner is from Sydney flights will be forfeited. Prize must be redeemed before 24/12/2011. Escape dates to be confirmed with Henri Lloyd. Each winner (or a representative of entrant) must attend the Henri Lloyd Fashion Parade on Hamilton Island at 7pm 23rd August 2011 to collect the prize otherwise a new winner will be called. Henri Lloyd’s decision on both competitions is final. Competition closes 5pm AEST 22/08/2011. Entries must be dropped into the competition box at Marina Retail, Hamilton Island.

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