Win tickets to the J&B Met Racing It’s a Rush General Access Village

Posted: January 21, 2015 in Competition, Uncategorized, Upcoming Events
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The R2,5 million J&B Met is almost upon us and this year they have significantly upped their game with the introduction of the “Racing it’s a Rush General Access Village”.  The village is the hot ticket for the 2015 Met, and here are 7 reasons why:

1. Live performance by Mi Casa

2. Stand a chance to win a diamond pendant worth R 500 000 from eDiamond

3. Schweppes & Good Hope FM Gig Rig

4. Food experience by the Cape Town Food Trucks

5. Front row view of the winning straight

6. Plentiful seating, shading & bar areas

7. Reduced ticket price of R 125

Tickets are available online through Computicket, so hurry up and get yours

 

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TICKETS GIVE AWAY!

We are giving away number of tickets on this blog, twitter and facebook.

How to win  on the blog

– Comment on this blog post stating what “Made for the Mix” means to you. You can define it whichever way you want, the most creative and fun description wins!

-The Blog competition will run till 1pm on Monday.

How to win on twitter

-Follow @CtVibes on twitter

– Upload a picture of your ideal “Made for the Mix” outfit

-Tag @CtVibes and @J&BScotchSA on the tweet.

-Include the #MadeForTheMix hashtag

-The CTVibes twitter give away will run concurrently with the blog competition so it will also end on Monday at 1pm.

How to win on facebook

-Like the CTVibes facebook page

– Upload a picture of your ideal “Made for the Mix” outfit

-Include the #MadeForTheMix hashtag

-Get your friends to like your picture on the page.

-The CTVibes facebook giveaway will run concurrently with the blog competition so it will also end on Monday at 1pm.

 

@Dudoo_D and @Brat_M will be giving away the rest of the tickets through their twitter accounts.  Make sure you are following them to find out how you can win tickets.

 

Please note that you are allowed to enter the competition on all platforms and as many times as you would like to. The competition is not open to people under the age of 18.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments
  1. Lauren says:

    A MIXture of people all ages(above18), races, genders and cultures showcasing their crazy,wild,glamorous and funky colours, textures, sizes, prints and patterns, all MIXing together in conversation and laughter and jiving to the MIX of different genres of music sipping on some amazing tasting MIXtures.

  2. Luke Mtwetwe says:

    Its like the “Tropical Fruit” Drink………………………… Different fruits with different flavours, yet when mixed together make the “PERFECT” blend. That’s what made for the mix means to me. That we should blend with people of different social lives, different styles, different skin colour and cultures, yet when put together, we should be in harmony like the tropical mix fruit juice. We need to leave the people in awe. One being, different flavours.

  3. Mbulelo Nkhaphe says:

    “Made for Mix” is when you take two completly different things and mixing them up together to get something that different but still attractive, its like mixing cola and J&B Whiskey.

  4. Ricky Samuels says:

    J&B is made to mix for a smooth drink. The Met is made to mix with fab people and amazing fashion and fun!

  5. Luke Mtwetwe says:

    Its like the new J&B Urban Honey Blend.The “PERFECT” blend. A delicious, vibrant spirit aperitif that mixes the boldness of J&B whisky with the flavours of honey. Now that’s what made for the mix means. That we should blend with people of different social lives, different styles, different skin colour and cultures, yet when put together, we should be in harmony like the J&B Urban Honey blend. We need to leave the people in awe. One being, different flavours.

  6. Craig Davids says:

    “Made for the Mix” to me is about being designed for difference. Individually great things become even more spectacular when mixing seemingly unlikely contrasts – creating bold new dynamics with each new mix.

    It’s about understanding that sometimes very contrasting mixes make for the some of the best outcomes! 🙂

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