Henry Ferguson of George Town, a student at the International College of the Cayman Islands who is studying Internet technology, has a new set of wheels to get him to his classes.
He was awarded a 2012 Chevrolet Captiva Sport LT during the SaxonMG grand prize giveaway in front of a large crowd of other hopeful contest participants on the final Saturday of Pirates Week, 17 November.
Each of the nine semi-finalists stood in front of a closed box, only one of which contained car keys. They opened them concurrently and Mr. Ferguson was delighted to find he was the winner of the License to Win contest, which involved finding special codes posted in this newspaper, online and at physical locations throughout Cayman.
SaxonMG and partner Advance Automotive awarded weekly prizes to individuals that collected the most codes. Each day of Pirates’ Week semi-finalists were drawn from cumulative entries. Semi-finalists were announced daily from 8 to 16 November.
“It was a pleasure for Advance Automotive and General Motors to closely work together as major sponsors with SaxonMG and the Pirates Week Committee,” said Advance Automotive’s Harm’t Lamb.
The drawing capped an eventful week during which SaxonMG, partnered with Advance Automotive and Chevrolet, celebrated what they described as ‘another successful year of License to Win and Pirates Week.’
“We couldn’t be happier to have made Henry’s dream of owning a new car come true,” said Brian Williams, chief executive office of SaxonMG.
“We are also proud to have been Pirates Week’s Title Sponsor.”