Join The World Party and Win a Trip to South Africa to Attend The 2010 FIFA World Cup(TM) Now
NEW YORK, May 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Now, the entire world has the opportunity to showcase their patriotism for their nation by joining the South African Tourism World Party competition and winning the opportunity to travel to South Africa to experience the magic of the most exciting event ever hosted on the African Continent, the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.
Supporters can stay updated on their countries position and view the popular leadership board. Currently Nigeria is in first place with France second and South Africa third. But, this is not necessarily the final outcome!
This once in a lifetime opportunity allows the world's most patriotic supporters the chance of winning an all expenses paid trip to South Africa with three of their friends to celebrate in true South African style.
Just follow these 4 steps to joining the biggest party this year:
1. Go to the website: www.southafrica.net/2010
2. Click on 'JoinTheWorldParty' button
3. Fill in the entry form, upload your image and vote for your country
4. Tell all your friends to enter as they could be joining you if you win
The country in first place will see 48 of its top supporters experiencing the biggest party of the year, the 2010 FIFA World Cup™. Second place will have 24 of their top supporters attend and the country that comes third will have 12 supporters participating in this unforgettable experience.
Competition winners will experience the excitement at one of the official 2010 FIFA Fan Fests as well as have the opportunity to explore one of their favorite experiences - adventure, culture, wildlife or heritage, ensuring that the unique South African experience is delivered.
Entries are increasing by the minute! The campaign commenced on the 4th of December 2009 and has exceeded 25,000 entries to date and is expected to reach a minimum of 50,000 entries. The good news is that the closing date has been extended to the 11th of May 2010 and the winners will be announced on the 14th of May 2010.
South Africa, invites the world to be part of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ and experience one of the biggest parties the world has ever seen.
About South African Tourism
For more information on South Africa, a world-class destination, the ideal place for both business and leisure, contact South African Tourism at 500 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2040, New York, N.Y., 10110; Tel: (212) 730-2929; Fax: (212) 764-1980; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.southafrica.net.
For everything you need to know about planning your trip to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, visit www.southafrica.net/2010. For information and brochures call 800-593-1318.
About South African Airways
South African Airways features daily nonstop service from the U.S. to South Africa with morning departures from New York JFK, and afternoon direct service from Washington Dulles (with a stop in Dakar, Senegal) that offer travel convenience and award-winning service. Travelers in Premium Business Class enjoy 180° fully flat-bed seats, and in economy class enjoy the most legroom versus competitors. Every seat on board offers an individual on-demand entertainment system, plush pillow, warm blanket and amenity kit. SAA's unrivaled network, featuring seamless connections to more than 20 destinations within South Africa, and more than 20 cities across the rest of the continent, makes the airline the savvy traveler's "gateway to Africa." For more information on South African Airways, please call (800) 722-9675 or visit www.flysaa.com, where travelers can sign up to be notified of other great travel deals and vacation packages.
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South African Tourism is the national tourism agency responsible for the marketing of South Africa as a preferred tourist destination. It is headed up by Chief Executive Officer, Ms Thandiwe Sylvia January-Mclean and Chief Operating Officer, Ms Didi Moyle.
SOURCE South African Tourism