Giveaway Reminder: Win a Tockr C-47 Watch and a Trip in a Historic C-47 Aircraft

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Just a quick reminder that in celebration of their successful launch, Tockr is offering Worn & Wound readers in the United States the chance to win one of their C-47 watches, as well as an all-expenses paid trip for one person to Austin for two nights and a flight on the Bluebonnet Belle C-47. A Worn & Wound team member will be there as well to document the trip for later coverage on wornandwound.com.

Here are details for the giveaway, including instructions on how to enter:

To enter, you just have to go to this giveaway sign-up page on Tockr’s website and sign up for their email newsletter, including your first and last name and valid email address. That’s it! As noted, the giveaway will end December 31, 2017 at 11:59 PM. After which, a winner will be selected at random by Tockr. In addition, be sure to check out Tockr on Instagram at @tockrwatches for the latest from the brand.

There are a few basic rules to keep in mind. First, this giveaway is open to United States residents only and you must be over the age of 18 to enter. You can only enter the giveaway once. If selected as the winner, you must reply to Tockr’s notification email within 24 hours. If you don’t reply within 24 hours, another winner will be selected. You are also responsible for providing Tockr with a valid shipping address for your watch. As noted above, the trip to Austin is tentatively scheduled for February 2018, however, this date is subject to change at Tockr’s full discretion.

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