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Win a weekend break with Mercedes-Benz in association with The Spectator

5 October 2002

12:00 AM

5 October 2002

12:00 AM

Mercedes-Benz in association with The Spectator is offering readers the chance to win a wonderful 2-night break including dinner at the 5-star Lygon Arms in the Cotswolds with the use of a new E-Class Saloon. To enter the competition, write an epigram on the theme ‘Everything’ and send it to Epigram Competition, The Spectator, 56 Doughty Street, London WC1N 2LL or e-mail it to mercedes-benz@spectator.co.uk. Winners will be announced in the 7 November issue and the top three winning epigrams will be published on the Letters page of the subsequent three issues.

Terms and conditions. Closing date for entries is 31 October 2002. Open to all UK residents aged 21 or over except employees of the Spectator, DaimlerChrysler UK and their agents, and Savoy Hotels. Only one entry per person accepted. The winner will be notified by 7 November 2002. prize consists of 2 nights for two people sharing, and must be taken before end of march 2003. Subject to availability. the prize excludes travel insurance and personal expenses. Mercedes-Benz will provide motor insurance but the winner must have a full clean current UK driving licence. the vehicle will be delivered to the winner’s home address. there is no cash alternative and prizes are non-transferable. adjudicator’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. for details of the winner please send a SAE to The Spectator, 56 Doughty Street, london WC1N 2LL. Unless the entrant specifically requests otherwise, DaimlerChrysler UK will hold their personal details on its own or duly registered database. Other carefully selected organisations may be licensed by DaimlerChrysler UK to use that data. promoter: DaimlerChrysler, Tongwell, Milton Keynes MK15 8BA. By entering the competition the entrant will be deemed to have assigned all intellectual property rights in his/her entry to The Spectator (1828) Limited. All entries shall become the property, copyright or trade mark of The Spectator (1828) Limited and will not be returned. Editors reserve the right to publish some or all of them in whole or in part or use them in anyway they think fit including syndication or other forms of commercial exploitation without the permission of the entrant or payment for such use.


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