, BA seek winners is teaming up with British Airways to help get two lucky couples off the rock.

The competition begins this week at the newest and most comprehensive Cayman Islands independent phone directory’s website,

The competition closes at midnight, 1 July. All entrants have to do is answer a few simple survey questions.

The winner will be drawn the week beginning Monday, 2 July, and those drawn will be contacted.

There are two prizes of two roundtrip tickets to any given British Airways European destination together with US$2,500 given by to each couple.

‘British Airways is delighted to participate in the web campaign,’ said Patrizia Amante, district manager, Cayman Islands. ‘We are thrilled to know that the winners will be from our local community and that they will be able to experience the British Airways award-winning service to London, Heathrow, and on to Europe. We look forward to welcoming the winners on board soon.’

Tammie C. Chisholm, editor of Cayman Free Press, parent company of Caymanbuzz and, sees the competition as an excellent opportunity for Caymanbuzz and users.

‘When we partner with a first-class business like British Airways we create a win-win situation for our advertisers and customers in Caymanbuzz and at’

The British Airways tickets are valid until 31 March, 2008, and all travel must be completed by 31 March, 2008.

Travel is not permitted during the peak periods in the summer and Christmas season.

Passengers will be required to pay all taxes and a processing fee of US$50. Passengers must be in possession of valid travel documents, including visas, where applicable. The prize- winner and travelling companion must travel together in both directions.

The tickets are rebated travel documents. As such the flight confirmation and cabin allocation are subject to commercial demand and availability on the services on which they may be booked.

See for terms and conditions of the competition.

The bound directory of Caymanbuzz is distributed to every office, condo and household on all three islands. It is a complete calendar year publication with the second issue to be delivered next January.

Both the bound and online directories cover all classifications relevant to the residents and business in the Cayman Islands. The online edition offers and interactive map and links to other Cayman Free Press products.

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