I’m very excited to tell you about the second prize draw – that’s right, you’ve heard correctly – second prize draw, that we’re organizing here at irBarcelona this December. For this prize, I decided that there are few things more suitable and seasonal than a Christmas hamper.
The Christmas hamper and its products
Supplied by the Museu Gastronòmic de Barcelona, the 8 high-quality gourmet products in the Christmas hamper are all made by Catalan producers. Below we’ve given you a list of the products included in the hamper.
How to take part in the prize draw
It’s very easy! You just have to register for the draw before 23:59 on 15th December 2014 (Spanish time, GMT+1), entering your name and email address before submitting the form below, then keep your fingers crossed! ;) All that remains is for me to wish you a very Happy Christmas!
Rules of the draw
Should the winner live in a country to which delivery of certain products in the hamper should pose a problem for reasons beyond the control of irBarcelona, we may need to substitute one or more items for other items of the same value.
The registration period closes on Monday 15th December 2014 at 23:59 (Spanish time, GMT+1).
The draw will take place on 16th December 2014 via the Sortea2 application, and the name of the winner will be published the same day, on this website, on our Twitter feed and on our Facebook page.
On 16th December 2014 we will also contact the winner via email, who will have a maximum of 48 hours to reply to our email, giving us a postal address to which we can send the hamper (we will post free of charge to the prize-winner).
The email address that each participant has given us will remain registered to receive our Newsletter and will only be used for us to notify you about any articles we publish about Barcelona that may be interesting to you, or about any forthcoming cultural events in the city, as well as information about any future prize draws that we may organize. Your email address will never be passed on to third parties, other companies or organisations outside irBarcelona.
Barcelona’s new Gastronomy Museum only opened its doors a couple of months ago, and is run by its three driving forces Anna, Cristina and Carme. As well as performing the usual functions of a museum, with its explanatory panels about Catalunya’s most characteristic and typical gastronomic products, they want it to be a space dedicated to the recognition and celebration of gastronomic culture, organising all sorts of activities and events which focus on the real protagonists of the museum – the products and their producers.http://museugastronomic.cat