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Win a 2009 Chevy Camaro!

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Win One of Three Bumblebee Camaros!
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Link to Original Article @ CamaroZ28.com

One piece of news I believe is already being circulated that I can confirm is Chevrolet's involvement with the upcoming "Transformers" DVD launch. In the DVD, you will find a special insert from Chevrolet. Open the insert and you find a website address to register for a chance to win one of three actual production versions of the Bumblebee Camaro. The website will offer you the opportunity to sign up for information on the upcoming Camaro launch.

The DVD and the website will be available on October 16, 2007. The sweepstakes is open to all legal residents of the U.S. and Canada, except in the Province of Quebec, over the age of 18. Make sure you sign up to win a very unique Camaro and for updates on the launch including upcoming Camaro appearances.

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Quebec's not invited?

That's kinda funny.

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I was planning to get this DVD as soon the stores open on the 16th, now this will make it even more worthwhile!

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Cool - We always buy the DVD's, more of a "push" to get this movie. Ya never know unless you try -

One of those 3 Bumblebees is now... :pokeowned:

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Quebec's not invited?

That's kinda funny.

Yeah, esp. considering where the St. Therese plant was located... :huh:

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Quebec's not invited?

That's kinda funny.

Quebec falls under Civil Law, as opposed to Common Law that's the norm for the rest of North America. Hence, it would require a special set of rules and registration to fall under Quebec and allow Quebecers to actually participate.

It happens here in Canada all the time when you see "Offer not valid in Quebec". And yes, it is rather funny and yet fully understandable.

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Quebec wants to be its own Country anyway, looks good on them IMO. Hopefully then we can get rid of the bilingual labeling and the metric system at the same time! Good corn beef though!

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