1 Apr 2011

Great Toronto GTA Jiffy Famous Landmark Contest now open

In case it wasn't already clear, storage units are available so people have another place to store or protect their stuff.

With this in mind, what would a storage company be if it didn't offer a chance to win MORE stuff?

Jiffy Storage is holding the GTA Jiffy Landmark Contest where, simply by visiting the website, people can win thousands of dollars in prizes.

That's really all there is to it. Go to the website, enter the contest, then watch a short video of some Toronto landmarks and correctly match an audio clip to the appropriate landmark.

Later this year, prizes will be given to winners of the contest through a drawing. There's a treasure trove of goods available, all of which won't be seeing a storage unit any time soon. Grand prize winners may receive an Apple iPad 2, a Dell netbook or a Kindle eReader. There's also an assortment of gift certificates, gift cards, air miles and packing supply vouchers to be had.

The prize runs until June 30 but early bird entrants can win a Kindle eReader. The drawing for that will take place April 30.

What's more, everyone that enters will win a $25 consolation prize simply for participating.
 

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