Breitling and Maurice Lacroix Facebook Contests Offer Great Prizes

Facebook Contests In contests running right now, Breitling is offering a chance to get your pilot’s license, or to fly with the Breitling Jet Team. Maurice Lacroix offers the lucky winner a two-week, five-city around the world trip next month with chances to meet brand ambassadors such as Sir Bob Geldof or Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales. Find more information and links to the contests inside. Breitling’s photo contest is underway and there is only one week left. The contest closes May 17. To enter and for more details, visit Breitling’s Facebook page and sumbit a photo that best captures the spirit of aviation. Submissions will be voted on by Breitling Facebook fans and by a panel of judges including actor and pilot John Travolta, professional air-to-air photographer Katsuhiko Tokunaga, and aviation pioneer Yves “Jetman” Rossy beginning May 18th. Winners will be announced June 15th. Under its slogan Never Stop Moving, Maurice Lacroix launches its new automatic masterpiece models with a contest in which the prize is a trip to five global cities over two weeks for one traveller. The lucky winner will explore each city’s most exclusive hotspots and meet some of Maurice Lacroix’s inspirational brand ambassadors – among them, music legend Sir Bob Geldof, golf star Justin Rose or Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales. Which cities will the winner visit? That’s part of the contest. The journey starts at the production site of Maurice Lacroix in Swiss Saignelégier. From there, each global destination will be voted on by the Facebook community. The only details that are already confirmed are that the journey will span Asia, America and Europe. The contest is open to everyone over age 25 holding a valid passport. Visit the contest mini-site, and get details about how to enter and submit your entry at the official Maurice Lacroix Facebook page. Breitling Photo Contest Maurice Lacroix






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My name is Mike Disher and I am WatchTime's technical editor. My interest in watches dates to 1972 and I caught the internet bug in 1997. In 1999 I combined these interests by joining TimeZone.com as its first full-time employee, and later that year I attended my first Basel Fair. I managed TZ from 2000-2007, and in 2008 I joined WatchTime.

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