All you have to do to win this exciting opportunity to drive to Canada is enter a curling competition in Bryant Park! Tell us more, Canadian Tourism Board.
The Canadian Tourism is bringing the Olympic sport of curling to Bryant Park to expose New Yorkers to the excitement of the competitive game – and one lucky contestant will walk away with the keys to a new car, a $500 gas card and a seven-night hotel stay in Canada (all of the elements needed for an unforgettable drive vacation to Canada)!Details below:
WHAT: New Yorkers are invited to attempt their curling skills on the ice of the Pond at Bryant Park…for a chance to win a new car and a road trip to Canada.
WHEN: Wednesday, Dec. 17 from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: The Pond at Bryant Park’s ice rink (between 40th and 42nd Streets and Fifth and Sixth Avenues)
WHY: There’s more action on the ice this winter than figure skaters and hockey players. Curling is a winter sport that’s extremely popular in Canada and now New Yorkers will have the opportunity to try it out, right in Bryant Park.
HOW: Each participant will get a turn to send the curling “rock” (an official curling stone made of granite) across the ice. Canadian curling expert Brad Gushue will be on hand to demonstrate the proper technique and answer any questions about the sport.
Watch out, New Yorkers—this is a trap! As we all know, Canada has just recently become a lawless failed state, and this "curling contest" is most likely a ploy by Canadian Pirates to kidnap you back to Toronto to fight Stephen Harper and Her Majesty's Mounted Death Brigade.
Also it is fucking cold in Canada right now.