Meet Roger Federer Via Credit Suisse Contest
by Tom Gainey | October 20th, 2011, 10:00 am
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All you Roger Federer fans, if you haven’t met the legend now is your chance! Federer’s sponsor Credit Suisse just announced a contest with the winner receiving an all expenses paid trip to London to meet Federer.

Per the rules: “The winner will fly by business class to London on November 19 and spend three nights there in a top-class hotel at Canary Wharf. The highlight of the stay will be a meeting with Roger Federer. Depending on his match schedule, the meeting will take place on Sunday, November 20 or Monday, November 21. The return flight will then be on November 22, once again in business class. So that the winner does not have to travel alone they can take along a person of their choice for whom the same conditions apply.”

Second – 6th place finishers gets a signed Roger Federer hat, and 7th-26th place will win the hat.

To enter just vote for your favorite ending of the Credit Suisse commercials featuring Federer at their facebook page. The contest closes on November 6.

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One Comment for Meet Roger Federer Via Credit Suisse Contest

jane Says:

Fed says his goals: “The 30-year-old told France’s L’Equipe magazine that a gold medal at the 2012 London Games is among his list of major goals still to accomplish in a career which may never be matched.

“Another Grand Slam title, or the gold medal in singles at the Olympics in London at Wimbledon,” he said when asked what he still hopes to achieve. “The Olympic singles medal has always been something extraordinary for me.”

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