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"What Drives You?" Contest Rules

  • WWWomen, Inc. will notify users via the email address supplied in the contest form.

  • Participants must be 18 years of age or older to participate.

  • WWWomen, Inc.'s contractors, sponsor, ad agency, employees or immediate family of employees are excluded from participating in the contest.

  • WWWomen, Inc. is not responsible for any injury or damage or loss associated with participating in this content or the winning of prizes from this contest. WWWomen, Inc. is not responsible if email supplied by entrants does not work and prize winner can not be contacted. WWWomen, Inc. reserves the right to suspend the contest due to technical problems or problems beyond its control.

  • Only completed entry forms and verifiable names, email addresses (or phone numbers) are considered valid.

  • Entrants for essay contest grant WWWomen, Inc. the right to promote and publish their entry without compensation.

  • A list of winners will be supplied upon request. A self-addressed stamped envelope should be mailed to: What Drives You? Contest c/o WWWomen, Inc., 3701 Geary Blvd #325, San Francisco, CA 94118. Requests must be made received by April 1, 1998.

  • WWWomen, Inc. will accept entries via email as well as though the U.S. Mail. If essay contestants would like to participate via snailmail, they can do so by mailing entries in regular business sized envelope to: What Drives You? Contest c/o WWWomen. Inc., 3701 Geary Blvd #325, San Francisco, CA 94118. Those only entering for the weekly drawing can send a postcard to the same address. The postcard should include your name and mailing address.

  • All cash prize payments will be made in U.S. dollars.

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