Now that we can put aside our worries about the cost of the Camaro, this is the part of the official rules that caught my eye:
WINNER SELECTION AND VERIFICATION: Potential Grand Prize winners will be selected in a random drawing conducted on or about 1/30/08 from among all eligible entries received. Drawing will be conducted by Administrator, an independent judging organization. Potential winners will be contacted by the Administrator by telephone and email and will be required to complete and return an Affidavit or Declaration of Eligibility and Liability Release and except where prohibited by law, a Publicity Release Form (“Affidavit/Release”) within seven days of receipt. Failure to timely return any required executed documents may cause prize to be forfeited and awarded to an alternate as solely determined by Sponsor. If prize is refused, a prize notification is returned or deemed undeliverable, or any potential winner is disqualified for any reason, an alternate winner will be selected. Canadian winners will be required to correctly answer a skill-based mathematical question in order to claim prize. Except where prohibited by law, acceptance of a prize constitutes permission for Sponsor to use winner’s name, hometown, likeness, statements and other personally identifiable information for promotional, advertising and marketing purposes in any media throughout the world without additional prize, incentive, consideration, consent or review; and upon request, winners will provide written consent to such use. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received.
Canadians have to prove they have math skills in order to claim a Camaro? Is this standard for all Canadian sweepstakes, or does someone just think Canadians are stupid?