Saturday, November 14, 2009

Who wants $5,000?

I wore glasses in 3rd grade. Very briefly. I don't know if I really needed them though. I must have wanted some because friends wore them, or more likely, wasn't paying attention in class. Whatever the reason I ended up w/ a small pair of pink rimmed glasses and my vision "corrected itself" in time.

Some people don't have as much of a choice. Several people in my family wear glasses or contacts and would probably have eye surgery if they could justify the expense. If you empathize with them then this is the contest for you!

Abbott Medical Optics Inc. wants to know how better vision could improve , or has improved, people’s lives. AMO is a global leader in laser vision correction. They recently launched an iLASIK Video Contest called “You Gotta See This” and the Grand Prize is $5,000!
People have already submitted videos showing how vision correction could help them. Some ideas are: Music videos, videos on boxing and swimming, and videos that show how their daily life could improve.

All Prizes
!$5,000 Grand Prize!

First Prize (one winner in each video category):
HDTV package — a $2,500 value

Second Prize (one winner in each video category):
The Flip UltraHD™ camcorder ($199.99 value)

iLASIK Video Contest

The Details
1. Submit A Video
Users make and submit a video in one of the following categories:
• “My contacts are getting in the way of my good time”
• “My favorite sport or activity would be so much cooler with better vision”
• “You should see life after the iLASIK® Procedure”

2. Tell Friends To Vote
Once users submit a video, their friends can vote on it. And votes are one of the key factors in determining which videos win a prize.

3. Have A Chance To Win
• One Grand Prize winner will win $5,000 selected from all submitted videos
• Three First Prize winners will win an HDTV package (a $2,500 value) one per video category
• Three Second Prize winners will win the Flip UltraHD camcorder (a $199.99 value) one per video category

Users can submit videos and view and vote on all entries at


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