1. ENTRY: No purchase necessary to enter or win. To enter the Contest, you must tell us in 200-1000 words on our Fun & Folly discussion board how you think the Enron executives should be punished. The first round begins on January 7, 2002 and ends at noon (EST) January 10, 2001. All entries must be received and posted by this time. So don't wait until the last minute. Only one entry per person/per email address, please, per each Contest round. In the event of multiple entries, only the last entry will be considered.
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3. PRIZES: Following six Contest rounds, the winner with the highest point total will receive the grand prize, five hundred dollars ($500). Winner of the first round (this Enron Contest) will receive a one year's subscription to TMF Money Advisor. No substitution of prizes is permitted except by The Motley Fool. The Motley Fool reserves the right to substitute any prize with another prize of equal or greater value.
4. WINNER SELECTION: Employees of The Motley Fool will judge this contest. Submissions will be based on creativity, originality and Foolishness. All decisions of the judges are final.
5. WINNER NOTIFICATION: Winners will be notified within 14 days after the determination date. Inability to contact a winner may result in disqualification and selection of an alternate winner.
6. GENERAL CONDITIONS: The winners will be required to execute and return a Certificate of Eligibility, Consent and General Release form within 14 days of notification. Non-compliance within this time period may result in disqualification and selection of an alternate winner. Any income tax liability is the sole responsibility of the winners. By acceptance of a prize, the winners consent to the use of his or her name and/or likeness for purposes of advertising or trade without further compensation, unless prohibited by law.
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10. WINNERS LIST: The name of the winners may be obtained by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to the Enron Contest, The Motley Fool, 123 North Pitt Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314.
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