Roland Buy & Win competition now open!

Roland Buy & Win competition now open!

SYDNEY, Australia -

BUY any participating Roland product and tell us in 25 words or less why you chose a Roland, to go into the draw to WIN a Roland engraver, laminator, cutter, or even the newly released LD-80 laser foil decorator!

As part of celebrations around their milestone 30 Years of business in Australia, you now have the chance to BUY and WIN with Roland DG Australia's new competition.

Simply BUY any participating Roland DG product valued at $5,000 AUD or greater, between now and June 30th 2018. Then logon and tell us in 25 words or less why you chose a Roland. Your entry will go into the draw to WIN your choice of an EGX-350 Desktop EngraverVersaLAM VL-1650TU Heat Assist LaminatorCAMM-1 GR-640 Vinyl Cutter, or the newly released LD-80 Laser Foil Decorator.

A panel of judges will review all eligible entries and select the most creative and descriptive 25 word or less entry.

The lucky winner will be announced on July 6th 2018 and notified in person, by phone or by e-mail to choose one of these fantastic products.

 

Visit the Roland DG Australia website for full terms and conditions or to register your entry.

ENTER NOW!



 

*Terms and conditions apply. Entry is only open to residents of Australia aged eighteen years or over. Valid until 30/06/2018. Visit the website above for further details.

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