WHISTLER, BC, March 13 2007 – If winning a free trip to Whistler for theTELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival is the ultimate heist, then Pontiac isproviding the gilt-edge to the experience, offering a Pontiac Wave to thewinner of the Ride the Wave contest.
The Pontiac Ride the Wave contest launched this week with radio and webpromotions across Canada. Five finalists will enter the Wave on theafternoon of Saturday April 14th and test their mettle in the barrel of thecar over 10 days, in order to decide if they are worthy of the ultimatebreak.
The five contestants will get to Ride The Wave, and the swell of cabinfever, in the ultimate survivor game.
The rules are simple:
Outlast and outwit 4 other strangers living in the car.
Bail, and you’re out.
Win one of the many challenges, and your immunity might garner you a leavepass for the night to attend one of the TELUS World Ski & SnowboardFestival’s epic afterdark events.
Can you stick it, all the way to the shore? That’s the ultimate test.
The reward? You go home in a brand new Pontiac Wave.
Aspiring Wave-riders are invited to enter online atwww.whistler2007.com/2007/contests
The TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival is produced by WatermarkCommunications, a Whistler sports & entertainment marketing company, andpresented in partnership with Tourism Whistler and Whistler Blackcomb.Founded by W1’s Doug Perry twelve years ago, and now the largest annualwinter sports and music festival in North America, the TELUS World Ski &Snowboard Festival is a high-octane 10 day and night showcase of the best ofsnowsports, music, arts and mountain life. Featuring major professional skiand snowboarding competitions, the largest free outdoor concert series inCanada, the legendary Pro Photographer and Filmmaker Showdowns, and manymore unique art and cultural showcases, the Festival is the ultimate wrapparty. For information on the 2007 TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival,this year from April 13-22, visit whistler2007.com