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Polar Bear Adventure Sweepstakes

GO ON THE ULTIMATE POLAR BEAR ADVENTURE COURTESY OF BBC HOME ENTERTAINMENT AND TAUCK!

Ahead of the DVD and Blu-ray release of the acclaimed series Frozen Planet, BBC Home Entertainment and Tauck, a world leader in premium guided natural history travel, today kick off their Polar Bear Adventure Sweepstakes. Two pairs of lucky winners (one in the US and one in Canada) will receive a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to observe these magnificent, endangered polar bears up close as well as discover the rich human and natural history of Manitoba, Canada.

SWEEPSTAKES BEGINS MARCH 2, 2012 & CONCLUDES JULY 31, 2012

Polar Bear Adventure SweepstakesCourtesy of BBC

The six-day adventure grand prize includes:

  • Round trip airfare to Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Private charter flights between Manitoba and Churchill
  • Local sightseeing and two full-day excursions deep into polar bear country
  • A private cocktail party and dinner at the Manitoba Museum
  • A storytelling session with a First Nation resident
  • A dog sledding demonstration
  • And much more

It will truly be the trip of a lifetime for the winners of the BBC Home Entertainment/Tauck Polar Bear Adventure Sweepstakes.

Prize Eligibility

Only persons residing in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, United States and Yukon who are at least 21 years of age can enter. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY.

To Enter, Visit:  www.frozenplanetdvd.com

Frozen Planet arrives on DVD and Blu-ray on April 17, 2011

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membershipgirl
Cool :D
commented: Sun Apr 22, 2012

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worldqweencc wrote:

If only the ice could not melt Polar Bears would be safe
commented: Sun Apr 15, 2012

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I Love Polar Bears They Are So Cute :D
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