Winner Could Score $100,000 Jackpot
BRISTOL, Wis. (March 15, 2010) – In honor of its 165th anniversary, Brunswick Billiards is offering its fans the chance to win a unique, billiard-themed trip for two to Las Vegas including a one-shot chance to sink a 9 ball on the break and take home $100,000.
The winner of the Brunswick Billiards Triple Jackpot Sweepstakes will enjoy a four-day, three-night trip to Las Vegas for two July 15 – 18 including hotel, airfare and $1,000. This prize package also features a personal lesson and lunch with BCA Hall of Famer and former World Champion billiard player Ewa Mataya Laurance, The Striking Viking, as well as her “Getting Started” training DVD and an autographed copy of her book “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Pool and Billiards”. The winner will finish the trip with a turn at the tables to attempt to sink the 9 ball on the break and earn $100,000.
“This is an incredible opportunity for a fan of the game to not only mingle with one of the game’s stars, but show off his or her skills,” said Austin Rothbard, president of Brunswick Billiards. “For 165 years our tables have been bringing friends and families together and this unique program continues that tradition.”
To learn more about the sweepstakes and enter to win, visit brunswickbilliards.com between March 8 and May 31, 2010. The winner will be announced June 11.
About Brunswick Billiards
Connecting generations through superior craftsmanship and innovation since 1845, Brunswick Billiards has been the leader in designing the highest-quality billiards and pool tables and game room furnishings preferred by experts around the world. Based in Bristol, Wis., the billiards division of Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC), has more than 300 retail dealer locations across the United States and international distributors in more than 40 countries. For more information about Brunswick Billiards and its product line, visit www.brunswickbilliards.com.
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