UNIT ANNOUNCES HUGE ANDREU LACONDEGUY FACEBOOK GIVEAWAY
30 November 2010- Fancy winning a $4000 Mondraker DH mountain-bike frame? Or scoring a share of $2000 worth of fresh Unit clothing just in time for Christmas?
Australian-based clothing brand Unit Clothing has teamed up with mountainbike brand Mondraker to offer Unit’s Facebook fans a huge giveaway to celebrate their latest high-profile rider signing, MTB freeride legend Andreu Lacondeguy.
Facebook fans who enter the contest will have the opportunity to win a Mondraker Summum Pro Team downhill MTB frame worth $4000AUD (the same type of frame Andreu used to compete at the 2010 Red Bull Rampage in Utah), and $2000 worth of Unit clothing.
To enter, all you need to do is “Like” Unit’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/unitriders, find the latest photo of Andreu Lacondeguy and comment on what you think Andreu’s next big trick will be (we can tell you that he’s working on something massive right now!). The three photo comments with the most “Likes” will score some amazing prizes, so once you’ve typed your entry, encourage your friends to become fans of Unit and give your comment the thumbs-up.
“We’re absolutely stoked to have signed such a crazy, high profile rider such as Andreu,” says Unit founder Paul Everest. “He embodies the spirit of what Unit is all about, and we want to celebrate by holding a huge Facebook giveaway in the lead-up to Christmas.”
The contest is open to all Facebook users worldwide, with the winners announced at 12 noon on Christmas Eve 2010 (Australian Eastern time).
Andreu’s Xmas Giveaway prize breakdown
1st prize – Mondraker Summum Pro Team DH mountain-bike frame and $1000 credit to Unit’s online store.
2nd prize – $700 credit to Unit’s online store.
3rd prize – $300 credit to Unit’s online store.
About Unit Technologies: Unit Technologies was started by motocross fanatics and brothers Paul and Ian Everest on Australia’s Gold Coast in 2002, as a brand dedicated to the two-wheeled action-sports lifestyle. Since its inception eight years ago, the company has grown from a small operation based in a garage to a multi-million-dollar business that’s arguably the world’s fastest growing action-sports clothing brand.
Source: Nicole Everest