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The design contest 'mother-child design contest' is a free competition with no obligations to purchase. The submission deadlines are the 11th August 2010 at midnight for postal submissions (the postal stamp bearing reference to the submission date) and the 15th August 2010 at midnight for email submissions.

Voting will end on the 15th September at midnight. 

Participants must be 18 years and over. Affiliates of edenly, partners or their affiliates may not participate. In any case of violation of the terms of participation or the rules of the contest (such as the giving of false personal information), edenly reserves the right to exclude the participant without giving reason, and to give any related prizes to another participant. If any technical, administrative or legal reason should interrupt the process of the contest, edenly may cancel the contest without giving reason.

To participate and vote it is mandatory to create an edenly account giving your full name and email address. This is obligatory. 
Your vote gives you the right to an edenly voucher worth 20 pounds that you will receive via email. This gift will be valid for all items put into production as a result of the contest. This we be a maximum of 6 designs. Your vote and the creation of your edenly account will enter you automatically for a draw amongst voters to win the most popular design. This design will be the entry with the most votes from web users and will be won by a registered voter. 

There is no obligation for any legal transaction. edenly will settle all disputes and questions of interpretation, particularly regarding the allocation of rewards or abandonment of the game. This contest not be the topic of any correspondance. Winners will be notified personally by email. No payment will be made in cash. edenly and its partners will use any information provided by participants for marketing purposes. Any legal action is excluded.

The processing of information performed in accordance with Swiss legislation on data protection.

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