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Synnex balloon ride winners

09 Jan 12

IT distributors Synnex have named the winners of their second Live Life Lenovo competition.

Corporate Express, Carlin Computers, Mighty IT, PB Technologies and Playtech were named the winners in a draw made late last week. Playtech was also a winner in the previous promotion, which offered three laps around Hampton Downs racetrack in a Lamborghini Murcielago.

The latest prize is a trip in a hot air balloon followed by a champagne breakfast, and while Saturday's tragedy will surely be on participants’ minds, Richard Harri from Synnex says with the accident so recent ‘all eyes will be on safety’.

More Live Life Lenovo promotions are being planned for 2012. Check out the video of the draw here.

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