The Puck Stops Here: Enter to Win a Signed Jersey from Wayne Gretzky!

Enter to Win a Signed Jersey from Wayne Gretzky!

OpenText Enterprise World has opened its doors! Registration is open and preparations are underway to make this the best Enterprise World yet. And just to add to the enticing early bird rates, the draw of the industry’s most exciting Enterprise Information Management conference and our legendary keynote speaker, we have sweetened the pot with one more incredible opportunity.

We have lined up a contest that will help you pull off the best hat trick yet – Learn, Connect and Win! Get ready to faceoff against your fellow attendees to enter for a chance to win an autographed jersey from hockey great, Wayne Gretzky!

Why do you think OpenText is great? Tell us and you just may win!

Here’s how it works:

  • Register for Enterprise World 2017
  • Create one sentence that perfectly sums up why you think OpenText is great
  • Enter your sentence in the registration form OR email it to us
  • You’ll be automatically entered to win an autographed jersey from Wayne Gretzky!

Full contest rules can be found here.

Ice out the competition and get ready to score because when the puck drops the games begin!

“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. —Wayne Gretzky”

Contest ends February 28th! Don’t miss your shot to win a signed jersey from The Great One himself, register now!

 

About Robin Lane

Robin Lane
Robin is OpenText’s Senior Manager of PR & Social Media. She heads up OpenText’s brand journalism strategy, working across the organization to help tell all facets of the OpenText story. Over the years, Robin has put her passion for writing to work for many leading technology companies to launch and manage their branding and digital media initiatives.

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