Century 21 celebrates 21 years by giving away $21k in 21 days!

As some of you may be aware, 2009 marks CENTURY 21 Australia’s 21st birthday. A significant birthday like a 21st is always worth a big party, and so we’ve decided to throw one of the biggest 21st celebrations this year! We’re encouraging everyone to get involved with the festivities, namely the chance to win a share of $21,000 over a 21 day period!

  

Not many of us expect to have a second 21st birthday, and when we do find ourselves at a 21st it has the potential to make many of us feel, well, old. But this is a 21st that will make everyone feel good! To celebrate our 21 years in Australia, and because we’ve established ourselves in so many areas of the country, we thought what better way to celebrate than to give back to the people who have supported u s- our local communities, and at the same time have a bit of fun.

  

The promotion officially launched yesterday, and the $21k in 21 days competition requires entrants to rurn something gold in honour of Century 21’s major corporate colour. Then you need to take a photo as proof, and upload it to the competition website – www.21kin21days.com.au. I have to say I’m not the only one who is looking forward to seeing how creative people can be. We’ve already had a couple of people turn their children gold, so I can’t wait to see what else is on the horizon!

  

There are obviously limits to what we want people to turn gold – we are responsible citizens after all! Graffiti or defacement of public property won’t be tolerated, but there are so many options that don’t require those elements that I doubt people will be struggling to think of what will make an impression. There have already been a lot of crazy ideas thrown around in here, and I think it’s actually a good thing that the team here at the Century 21 national office can’t enter because I’m sure I’d leave work one day to find my car turned gold!

 

 

Visit www.21kin21days.com.au for full competition details, and to enter.

 

Posted by Charles Tarbey on 04/08/2009 at 10:25 AM | Categories:

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