New Mini Cooper S Hatch Announces New Online Competition [VIDEO]
Oct 25, 2013 13:31
The new generation Mini hatchback will make its world premiere on November 18. This week, the automaker announced an online competition that will see three people each win a ticket for two to see the car in all three debut cities - London, Shanghai and Los Angeles. Here's their announcement:
"All good things come in threes. That’s why we’re sending three lucky people and their +1s to three exclusive launch events of the new MINI. This is your chance to fly to London, Los Angeles and Shanghai in one week. Just watch closely and answer the question at the end of the video for your chance to win big."
Check out the competition summed up in a video below:
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