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Quantum Australasia - Winners and prizes in our Summer Savings Event

by Quantum Sails Australasia on 11 Dec 2013
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Quantum Australasia Summer sales event continues with more prizes to be awarded.

For a limited time, Quantum Australasia is offering the best pricing of the year on all cruising, racing and one design sails, partnering with top marine prize partners: Barz Optics, Epirb Hire, Gill, Harken, Musto, Spinlock, Sturrocks, Sydney By Sail, Vacuwash and Zhik, who are bringing you 26 weeks of fantastic giveaways.

Request a quote and you are automatically entered into the fortnightly prize draws and the grand prize draw which will be done at the end of the campaign period.

If you’re comparison shopping, Quantum invites you to submit a competing quote for a matching price on the exact same product and we will match it.

No purchase is required to participate in the giveaway, simply request a quote through your local loft or online.

 

Winners Announced:

Congratulations to the following winners in the fortnightly drawings completed so far. There's still more great gear to give away! Click here to register.

DRAW 1: 2 x Gill Racer Jackets - Winner: Peter Dowd, QLD


DRAW 2: Sydney By Sail – Hunter Yacht Charter - Winner: Mick Rowley, TAS


DRAW 3: $500 Whitworths Voucher - Winner: Ken Waller, QLD


DRAW 4: $500 Quantum Maintenance & Services Voucher - Winner: Jill Connell, NSW


DRAW 5: Barz Optics Sunglasses Pack (6 pairs) - Winner: Marc Tromp, NSW


DRAW 6: Epirb Hire - Thuraya Satsleeves (4 x 10 day hire) - Winner: Peter Haros, TAS


 Prizes still to be drawn in the upcoming weeks:


• Sturrocks and Helly Hansen Gear Package
• Spinlock 5D Deckvest Lifejacket
• Zhik Aroshell Race Wet Weather Gear Set
• Musto BR1 Channel Wet Weather Jacket
• Harken Sailors Gear Package
• Vacuwash Voucher for Sail Clean or Sail Kote
• More to come………
• Quantum Grand Prize Sail



Note: This sales promotion valid only for sails sold in Australia until January 17, 2014.

PRIZE LIST
 

Fortnightly Drawings: One winner will be selected each fortnight from all entries received by the close of business day on every second Friday between 22nd July, 2013 and 17th January, 2014. Grand Prize Drawings: One winner will be selected based on their answer to the 25 words or less question from all entries received by the close of business day on 17th January, 2014.

*Price match offer applies to sails sold in Australia with specifications identical to those quoted by Quantum Sail Design Group Australasia including material, components, construction, accessories, customer service, and AUS warranty. We reserve the right to verify a competitor's quoted price. Offer Valid from 22/7/2013 – 17/1/2014. See official rules here. 

For more information contact: Quantum Sail Design Group Australasia
Ph:
(02) 9905 7715
www.QuantumSails.com
Find a loft near you.



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