Wouldn't it be fun to travel to New York next month to watch Madonna perform?
"Smirnoff" is giving away 500 tickets to the "Smirnoff Nightlife Exchange Project", and a Jamaican could be among the lucky few to go one better.
The "Smirnoff Original Nightlife Exchange Project" takes place on November 12th, 2011 and involves millions of people on six continents, across 50 countries.
But as if getting passes to the party was not enough, "Smirnoff" is making it easier to get free tickets to see Madonna, the top-selling female entertainer of all time.
All one has to do is visit the "Smirnoff Jamaica Facebook" page and sign up to have a chance to win tickets to the mass cultural experience.
Strength in numbers:
The more people you can get to sign up, the better your chances of winning tickets to see Madonna perform.
The acceptance of entries started on September 26th and runs through to November 7th.
Entrants should be holders of a valid Jamaican passport and United States visa to be able to attend the event.
According to Safia Cooper, brand manager, "Smirnoff", the brand is known throughout the world for creating original and memorable experiences for consumers.
This is just another of those amazing opportunities that will create such an experience.
Meanwhile, Madonna has been recruiting dancers from all over the world, including those from Jamaica, who would have submitted entries hoping to be selected to perform with her in New York on November 12th, 2011.
Jamaica is among 18 countries that will be involved in the actual swapping of nightlife and will be joined by the United States, Great Britain, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Lebanon, Mexico, Netherlands, Thailand, Turkey, Venezuela and Vietnam.
Additionally, there are 32 countries participating with market-specific activities, and they include:
Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Cameroon, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, France, Ghana, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Serbia, Romania, South Africa, South Korea, Trinidad, and Uruguay.