First time for everything: Win $25,000 cash in Rogers Experience. First. contest

Rogers and Windows 8 Experience. First contestHave you ever wanted to experience the thrill of skydiving? What about travel to Africa and go on a safari? Maybe you’d like to sail around the world or take your family on a dream vacation.

As you probably know by now, we love firsts. Recently, we were the first to bring Windows Phone 8 to Canada and now we want to bring you another first – yours.

How does it work?

Just head over to our Facebook page and click on the Experience. First. tab. In 200 words or less, share with us a story of something you’ve always wanted to experience and you’ll have a chance to win $25,000 to help make your first a reality.

We have an esteemed judging panel that will be reviewing submissions and selecting the top 30. From there, we’ll open it up to public voting. The story with the highest number of votes at the end of the contest period will win the $25,000 cash to put toward their experience – whatever it may be.

Who are the judges?

We’ve got 5 awesome judges who will be reviewing the submissions. They are:

To enter, just head over to our Facebook page and click on the Experience. First. tab. We’ll be accepting submissions until November 21.

Good luck!

Miranda is a regular contributor to RedBoard

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  1. Nice contest!

    But since I would like to experience the YELLOW Lumia 920 with Rogers, it doesn’t require 25 000$. Just announce it and let me order it.

  2. Hi,
    Do we have to be a Rogers client to be eligible for this contest?

    • No, you do not need to be a Rogers customer to enter. Open to all Canadian residents (excluding Quebec).

  3. I appreciated that Rogers is running this contest, and whoever the eventual winner will be, is going to be thrilled. I do however often think that contests structured in this way are flawed. Whoever wins this contest will ultimate be decided by who is able to generate the most web traffic; somebody who isn’t all that ‘into’ social media, ie they don’t do twitter and have less than 100 Facebook friends, even if they have the most amazing ‘First’, has no hope of actually winning. May I recommend you keep this in mind for future contests where the winner selected by some means other than random draw?