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Sweepstakes Offers Once-in-a Lifetime Experience - Hanging With the Stars/People’s Choice Awards
In sponsorship with People’s Choice Awards, World Computer Exchange launches a sweepstakes with the grand prize: 2 VIP Tickets to the2011 People’s Choice Awards, Jan 5th, Los Angeles PLUS 3 Night stay at the luxurious JW Marriott Hotel/LA Live
In sponsorship with People’s Choice Awards, World Computer Exchange is launching “Hanging with the Stars,” a sweepstakes allowing fans who make a donation to be automatically entered to win the grand prize of an unforgettable Hollywood experience, including:
2 VIP Tickets (Orchestra Section) to the People’s Choice Awards January 5, 2011, Los Angeles
3 Night stay at the luxurious JW Marriott Hotel/LA Live
The “Hanging with the Stars” sweepstakes runs through December 14th and is open to all U.S. and Canadian residents.
A donation is not necessary to enter.
Other sponsors of this sweepstakes include JW Marriott/Los Angeles, Nixon Peabody, One Visual Mind and BluWorld.
Since 1999, World Computer Exchange has been working to connect less fortunate and underserved youth in the developing world. Now working through 580 Partners in 71 developing countries, WCE has been able to give access to the skills, knowledge and understanding of the Internet, impacting over 1 million youth every year.
WCE has a great value proposition:
To make a donation and enter the “Hanging with the Stars” sweepstakes, and for more details on terms and conditions of the sweepstakes, please visit www.worldcomputerexchange.org/
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About World Computer Exchange
A global educational and environmental nonprofit that helps connect youth in 71 developing countries to the skills, opportunities and understanding of the Internet while keeping working computers out of landfills. Our impact to-date: Over 2,650 schools, libraries, orphanages and youth centres connect over a million youth every year to the Internet. Additional information is available at http://www.worldcomputerexchange.org