The second series of the Krypton Factor in association with Sage is ready and waiting to hit our TV screens on 5 January 2010. So to get us all in the mood to use our brains (what… this close to Xmas?) our bosses have ordered a box of Krypton Factor games and goodies.
But, rather than pass them off as Christmas gifts to our friends and family we’d thought we’d give our beloved blog audience a chance to win them, then maybe you can pass them off as Christmas gifts instead 🙂
And what do you need to do to win such riches?
Just add a comment to this post telling us your most laugh out loud Christmas party stories. We’ll enjoy a good giggle and announce the winners right here on the blog on Monday 21 December (so remember to check back). Remember, we’ll be publishing your comments, so don’t tell us anything you’d prefer Santa didn’t know.
A word from our legal team:
Our legal team tells us that all good things have conditions attached (or something like that) and this competition is no different. By sharing your story with us, you are telling us that you are happy with these rules and want to be entered into the competition to win one of the following great prizes: a Krypton Factor IQ test, a set of Krypton Factor Quiz cards or a Krypton Factor meltdown electronic game. If you win we are sure you will want to shout the good news from the rooftops so you won’t mind that we will publish your anecdote as well as your name and the fact that you have won the competition.
We want to remind you that your entry might be published so please don’t include anything that you would not want sharing with the world (and your boss) and anyway, we’ll exclude any entry which we feel oversteps the mark. The closing date for entries is Friday 18 December 2009 and you may only be entered into the draw once (no matter how many funny stories you tell us).
The competition is only open to those aged 18 or over who are based in the UK (sorry to the rest of the world – your time will come). No Sage employees (or their families) may enter. This competition is intended as good free harmless fun, but if you have an issue with it, just let us know and we’ll see if we can help. This kind of help is as far as we go though – no financial liability applies. Finally, good luck!