- Information on how to enter and prize details forms a part of the competition.
- Entry into the competition is deemed acceptance of terms and conditions.
- The “Prize” is one Apple Watch to the value of $450.
- The competition commences on Wednesday 28 November and closes on Tuesday 18 December 2018.
- A prize draw will occur on Wednesday 19 December 2018 after the survey has closed, through a random electronic process.
- The draw will take place at the City of Prospect Thomas Street Centre, 1 Thomas Street, Nailsworth.
- The prize draw consists of one Apple Watch. The total prize pool is valued at $450.
- To enter, respondents must complete the survey and provide consent to enter into a competition.
- Only one entry per person.
- Value of the offer is in Australian dollars.
- The winner will need to collected the prize from the Thomas Street Centre within one month of the competition ending and the winner’s name published at networkprospect.com.au
- The “prize” cannot be exchanged for cash and if a collection cannot be done by the winner in person, a verified collection person will be accepted with express permission of the winner and City of Prospect.
- The promoter shall not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever which is suffered (including but not limited to direct or consequential loss) or for any personal injury suffered or sustained in connection with redeeming the offer, receiving, or use of the “the prize”, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law.
- The promoter is City of Prospect. 126 Prospect Road, Prospect, SA, 5082.
- The research is conducted by or on behalf of City of Prospect, 126 Prospect Road, Prospect, SA, 5082 (ABN 58 758 236 361).
The study has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee at the University of Adelaide (approval number H-2018-256). This research project will be conducted according to the NHMRC National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007). If you have questions or problems associated with the practical aspects of your participation in the project, or wish to raise a concern or complaint about the project, then you should consult Prof Carolin Plewa email@example.com) or Ms Jennifer Uebergang – firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to speak with an independent person regarding concerns or a complaint, the University’s policy on research involving human participants, or your rights as a participant, please contact the Human Research Ethics Committee’s Secretariat on:
Phone: +61 8 8313 6028
Post: Level 4, Rundle Mall Plaza, 50 Rundle Mall, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Any complaint or concern will be treated in confidence and fully investigated. You will be informed of the outcome.