I was thinking of this:
Last edited by RR Joker; 09/12/12 06:51 PM. Reason: added ( )
Consideration is a somewhat elusive aspect of promotion law, but some generalities can be drawn. It takes either of two basic forms: monetary, in which the consumer must pay the sponsor to play (a purchase or an entry fee), or non-monetary, in which the consumer must expend substantial time or effort (completion of a detailed questionnaire or a mandatory visit to the sponsor's retail location, for example) to participate.
Someone is holding the event...if they are charging for entry, this would seem to apply. If they (the participants) had no idea there would be drawings, then it wouldn't hold up. Is it probably any kind of real risk involved? Doubtful...just throwing the thought out there.
My opinion only. Not legal advice.
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