Prince Tennis Launches Two New Online Promotions - Asks Players to Show Their On Court 'O Face'!
Prince has launched two new online Web promotions that will give players and fans the chance to win a host of free products and prizes including the Company’s newest O3 performance racquets, its ground-breaking RECOIL string, even a Nintendo Wii gaming system complete with custom Prince Wii tennis racquets!
Prince is giving away prizes every week throughout the entire year and entering to win could not be easier. Simply go to www.princetennis.com to enter either the “Click to Win” or “Show Us Your O Face” contest - or both! No purchase necessary to enter and the latter promotion is sure to inspire as it will capture and showcase images of fist-pumping players from tennis courts around the world showing off their best on court O face!
As more players around the world are quickly realizing, O3 technology = better shots. Better shots help you win. Winning gets you an O face.
Everyone knows what an on court O face looks like and every player wants to show theirs as often as possible. Maria Sharapova showed hers many times en route to capturing this year’s Australian Open title. John Isner, Jelena Jankovic, Nikolay Davydenko, the Bryan Brothers, all have shown theirs many times. But now Prince wants to see what other on court O faces look like by having players send in photos of themselves for a chance to win!
Players everywhere are benefiting from O3 technology and the “Show Us Your O Face” promotion is an extension to the overall response the technology has received. O3 is performance enhancing technology and only O3 can give you an O face.
To see more on court O faces, submit your own and enter to win - log onto www.princetennis.com
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