AVP Watch & Win: Watch Pro Beach Volleyball LIVE on NBC for a Chance to Win One of Five 42” Plasma TVs
July 01, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports NewsThe 2005 AVP Championship Series is LIVE on NBC and Viewers will have multiple chances to win one of five 42 Enhanced Definition Plasma Televisions. Log on to http://AVP.com for contest details.
The Watch & Win contest starts Saturday July 2nd when NBC will televise LIVE coverage of the AVP Cincinnati Open presented by Liftoff at 4:30pm EST. To enter simply watch the LIVE coverage and then log on to AVP.com to answer a few questions on the match that just aired. Questions will be posted on AVP.com at 10am EST on Saturday July 2nd.
The winner will be determined by the most questions answered correctly. In case of a tie, a random drawing will determine the winner. Log on to AVP.com for full contest details and official rules.
LIVE coverage will continue from Cincinnati on Sunday July 3rd at 4:30pm EST on NBC and give viewers a second chance to win one of five 42 Plasma TVs. The AVP will be LIVE on NBC throughout the summer giving you multiple chances to win one of five 42 plasma TVs. After Cincinnati, the AVP Championship Series continues:
Hermosa Beach Open - July 23 and 24 at 4:30pm EST.
Huntington Beach Open - August 13 and 14 at 4:30pm EST.
Manhattan Beach Open - August 20 and 21 at 4:30pm EST.
Chicago Open - September 4th at 2pm EST.
LIVE coverage of the AVP Championship Series will feature more than 150 of the top professional beach volleyball athletes competing for $1,375,000 in prize money. The Womens side is highlighted by 2004 Olympic gold medal winners Misty May and Kerri Walsh, and 2004 Olympic bronze medal winners Holly McPeak and Elaine Youngs. The mens side features three-time Olympic gold medal winner Karch Kiraly, AVP MVP Mike Lambert and 2000 Olympic gold medalists Eric Fonoimoana and Dain Blanton.
Golden Girls May and Walsh enter AVP Championship Series undefeated in 2005. The duo has not lost a match since the 2004 Chicago Open. May and Walsh have won all of their matches in 2005 and having most recently captured the Beach Volleyball World Championship on June 25, 2005. Their current win streak sits at 46 matches. May & Walsh hold the record of 89 consecutive wins set during the 2003 and 2004 season.
Log on to http://avp.com for schedule information and contest details.