National Board Game Day Competition

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With two weeks to go to National Board Game Day (16 June 2013) we have some exciting news on how you can get involved and WIN ALMOST R3 000 worth of board games!

As you know the aim of National Board Game Day is to spread gaming joy amongst existing gamers and the public alike, as well as give something back into the community.

This year our Charitable Cause is giving away 22 board game parcels valued at R2 150 each to schools of YOUR choice to help grow board game awareness around the country!

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How do you get involved and get to win one of the two grand prizes? Here’s how:

• Buy a R50 ticket on either or (follow the link on their Home Pages) – this gives you one entry into the competition. This is your charitable donation as well towards funding this drive. You are of course welcome to buy AS MANY TICKETS AS YOU LIKE as there is no limit to how many times you may enter. Please just remember to nominate the school you would like to donate to in the note field of the transaction.

• You can also buy a R750 ticket on the above sites that funds one parcel for a school, enters you 20 times into the lucky draw AND will result in us delivering the parcel to your home in time for NBGD! You may then play these games at your own private event on the day, after which you will personally drop off the game bundle at the school of your choice (We would just need photos of the event and contact details of!

• You are also welcome to attend the following official events (some of which will allow you to make donations at the venue) at the listed stores, starting at 11am till closing time:

• Centurion
• Greenstone
• Mimosa
• Westville
• Tygervalley
• Somerset
• Canal Walk

REMEMBER, you can take your favourite games with or use the demos available. You can also contact [email protected] to volunteer your services to help teach games at any of these events.

We are really excited for National Board Game Day this year and what it can do for board game awareness in the country and we hope that we can count on your support as usual to make this bigger and better than ever before!

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