Our Password Game consists of gathering several alphabet codes from which only one will be published on a daily basis (Monday to Friday) on the right of this announcement from 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM, to form a sentence. The latter will refer to a well known Haitian Creole Proverb.
Don't miss any publication of the letters that could prevent you from gathering all the requested ones. You should submit your answer via e-mail on June 20, 2006 by clicking on this contact form link.
The 3 first correct answers will be selected and the winners will be rewarded with the following prizes: First prize – a 3.2 MP Mini-digital camera; Second prize – a compact dvd player; Third prize – a Canon scientific calculator or a DVD Haiti's Hidden Treasures.
The participants should reside in the U.S.A. or in Haiti. The result of the Password Game will be published on June 21, 2006.
At the most convenient time, a message will be displayed at the bottom of this page to announce the winners. The first person who will submit the correct answer will be designated first winner, the second will get the second prize, and the third person will obtain the third prize..
Invite your relatives and your friends to participate. Then, come into play and indulge yourself in the "Password Game" to be able to win one of the attractive prizes.
P.S.- Participants must reside in the USA or in Haiti. They must be 16 to 35 years old. Speak and understand English, French or Creole.
You have up to June 20, 2006 to submit your answer. No answer will be accepted after this date. Only one answer will be accepted for each participant.
A ticket ID will be automatically generated in the middle of the contact form and should be remembered by the participants.
The names of the 3 winners will be published on June 21, 2006.
This game will be strictly internet related. The Manager reserves all rights to extend the publication's date of the winners' names, or cancel all types of frauds and even exclude all of those who want, for any reasons, to disturb and compromise the nature of the game. The Manager will not be also held responsible for the negligence of any participants who will forget to write down any of the alphabet codes published throughout the length of the game...
Any questions, Feel free to contact us!