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VANISH CONTEST LEGAL DISCLAIMERS

NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN THIS CONTEST.

THIS CONTEST (THE PROMOTION ) IS ONLY OPEN TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE 50 UNITED STATES AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WHO ARE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OLD AS OF THE DATE OF ENTRY. THIS PROMOTION IS VOID OUTSIDE THE 50 UNITED STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, AND WHERE PROHIBITED.

UPON DETERMINING THAT POTENTIAL WINNER HAS MET ALL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROMOTION, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE EXECUTION OF REQUIRED WAIVERS, PUBLICITY AND LIABILITY RELEASES AND DISCLAIMERS, SUCH INDIVIDUAL WILL BE DECLARED THE WINNER OF THE PROMOTION.

ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND/OR LOCAL INCOME AND OTHER TAXES, IF ANY, ARE THE WINNER'S SOLE RESPONSIBILITY.

BY ENTERING THE PROMOTION, EACH ENTRANT RELEASES AND DISCHARGES THE SPONSOR, AND ANY OTHER PARTY ASSOCIATED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OR ADMINISTRATION OF THIS PROMOTION, THEIR PARENT, SUBSIDIARY, AND AFFILIATED ENTITIES, AND EACH OF THEIR RESPECTIVE OFF ICERS, DIRECTORS, MEMBERS, SHAREHOLDERS, EMPLOYEES, INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS, AGENTS, REPRESENTATIVES, SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS (COLLECTIVELY, SPONSOR ENTITIES ), FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY WHATSOEVER IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PROMOTION, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION LEGAL CLAIMS, COSTS, INJURIES, LOSSES OR DAMAGES, DEMANDS OR ACTIONS OF ANY KIND (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION PERSONAL INJURIES, DEATH, DAMAGE TO, LOSS OR DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY, RIGHTS OF PUBLICITY OR PRIVACY, DEFAMATION, OR PORTRAYAL IN A FALSE LIGHT) (COLLECTIVELY, CLAIMS ). EXCEPT WHERE PROHIBITED: (I) ACCEPTANCE OF A PRIZE CONSTITUTES THE CONSENT OF ANY WINNER, WITHOUT FURTHER COMPENSATION, TO USE THE NAME AND LIKENESS OF SUCH WINNER AND HIS/HER SUBMISSION FOR EDITORIAL, ADVERTISING AND PUBLICITY PURPOSES BY THE SPONSOR AND/OR OTHERS AUTHORIZED BY THE SPONSOR; (II) ACCEPTANCE OF A PRIZE CONSTITUTES A RELEASE BY ANY WINNER OF THE SPONSOR ENTITIES OF ANY AND ALL CLAIMS IN CONNECTION WITH THE ADMINISTRATION OF THIS PROMOTION AND THE USE, MISUSE, OR POSSESSION OF HIS/HER SUBMISSION OR ANY PRIZE; (III) ANY POTENTIAL WINNER MAY BE REQUIRED TO SIGN AN AFFIDAVIT OF ELIGIBILITY (INCLUDING SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER) AND A LIABILITY/PUBLICITY/COPYRIGHT RELEASE. AFFIDAVITS AND RELEASES MUST BE RETURNED WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS FROM THE DATE THAT SPONSOR FIRST TRIES TO NOTIFY THE POTENTIAL WINNER. IF WINNER IS DEEMED TO BE A MINOR UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF HIS/HER RESIDENCE, THE PRIZE WILL BE AWARDED IN THE NAME OF HIS/HER PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN WHO MUST EXECUTE THE NECESSARY AFFIDAVIT AND RELEASE. …

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