Monday, 22 October 2012

Thomas TrackMaster™ – lots of fun and 3 ways to win great prizes


Recently the good people at Nuffnang asked if we would interested in being part of the Thomas & Friends Ultimate TrackMaster™ campaign and we leapt at the chance.

Noah (and Isabelle) are both Thomas the Tank Engine mad, so they were both extremely excited when the Thomas TrackMaster™ Risky Rails Bridge Drop set arrived at our door.


The face on left may look like sadness, but don’t fooled – it’s just frustration that he couldn’t open the box quick enough to play with this awesome new toy!

And awesome it is, Noah especially loves the daring bridge drop where it appears Thomas is going to drop off the edge of the track, but amazingly always makes it to the safety of the tracks below.

But the fun doesn’t end there… because there are some awesome prizes up for grabs on the Ultimate TrackMaster™ Website

Here’s how your child could win:

1) Create the ‘Ultimate TrackMaster™ Track’

2) Shoot an awesome video of your track in action

3) Complete this entry form and upload your video

The child deemed the ‘Ultimate TrackMaster™’ by most number of votes at the end of the competition will win the grand prize which is estimated at $8000 retail value!

Thomas & Friends merchandise will contribute to $3000 of this value. The second part of the prize is a Puffing Billy Day out with Thomas in Victoria, Australia, including a private tuition on how to drive Thomas.

And … there are two other ways you can win weekly prizes (the competition runs for 10 weeks ending 11/12/12)..

1)Each week 5 entries will win a TrackMaster™ Risky Rails Bridge Drop and a TrackMaster™ Little Friends Engine, and …

2) One voter each week will win a TrackMaster™ Risky Rails Bridge Drop and Blue Mountain Mystery DVD.

So make sure you enter and get voting (especially for Noah's entry! Please!)

I’d be pretty ‘chuffed’ if we Noah won! (Please excuse my lame attempt at a pun!)

Jenny x

[This competition is open to all permanent residents of Australia and New Zealand, aged between 2 and 7 years old as at 25/9/12, with parent/guardian consent. For all other terms and conditions please refer to the website.]

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1 comment:

Miriam said...

cool - we got this too -