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Last day to enter Synnex Lamborghini comp

30 Nov 11

Today is the final day for entries into Synnex’s Lenovo competition, which is giving resellers the chance to win three laps around the Hampton Downs race track in a Lamborghini Murcielago.

To enter, resellers simply have to purchase any Lenovo system product from Synnex NZ. Any i3 product gives 3 entries, i5 five entries and i7 seven entries.

Synnex is holding the competition to celebrate being named New Zealand’s second Lenovo distributor, which happened on September 30.

Winners will be notified by email and phone tomorrow, so if you’re in the draw already keep yourt phone close by!

Check out Synnex's Facebook page for more.

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