Contest – Part I – See Richard Branson and Peter Aceto Live

Do you live near Toronto or will you be there for Oct 27?  If so, this contest is for you.  If not, don’t worry I will have another contest shortly.

I just had it confirmed that I got a donation of two pairs of tickets to an upcoming Power Within event in Toronto, courtesy of ING Direct Canada.  Thanks ING!

Each single ticket has is worth $189, so each prize package is worth about $378.

Prize Description: Complimentary tickets to attend the conversation with Peter Aceto and Richard Branson live at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto. Hosted by the Power Within, the two most dynamic CEOs in North America will speak together on Leadership and brand building for ING DIRECT Canada and Virgin Group.

Here are the details of the event:

Where: Westin Harbour Castle, 1 Harbour Square, Toronto

When: October 27, 2010 from 1:00pm – 2:30pm

Follow Peter Aceto on Twitter @CEO_INGDIRECT

Follow ING DIRECT Canada on Twitter @SuperStarSaver

The official hashtag for the event will be #AcetoBranson.

Contest Rules:

  1. There will be two winners selected, each will receive one pair of tickets to the event. So you and a friend can attend.
  2. To win eave a comment for one entry. Limit one entry per person.
  3. You MUST include your contact email in the appropriate box in the comment form.
  4. The event is in Toronto – you are responsible for your own transportation, this contest is for the tickets only.
  5. Giveaway contest closes on Saturday at midnight (October 23rd, 2010).  Winners will be contact via email on Sunday Oct 24 and must provide me your name that day (I have to have your name and email into ING to claim your tickets on Oct 25).

Best of luck to everyone and I wish I could attend myself.  Have a good weekend.

19 thoughts on “Contest – Part I – See Richard Branson and Peter Aceto Live”

  1. Been following your blog and your posts in The Star – very inspiring!

    Sounds like it would be a great event.

  2. I am late to the party – but if you haven’t picked the winners yet, I would love to be considered. Thanks!

  3. I came across your great Freedom 45 article in the Star. I just turned 41 so it almost shocked me to realize retirement could be so close for some people. Retirement age is something I plan to start thinking about more seriously. I kind of have 50 in my head as a vague dream.

    I hope the contest is still open too!

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