I’ve written about competitions before in which you could win a Mustang, but never before have their competitions like these that would take place in Belgium, so I would actually be eligible for it. Today that has changed :)
Pioneer has launched a competition recently in which you can win a 2008 Mustang V.6 for a year (petrol included) with their navgate competition. The navgate is Pioneer’s hi-end navigation system including 3D imagery, entertainment management, etc etc. The site also features a cool movie called ‘Mustang & Pioneer: poetry in motion’. Since the site is in Dutch, you need to click on the ‘Kijk: filmpjes!’ link just below the Mustang image once you’ve entered the site. I can’t link to it immediately unfortunately nor do I have the time to see if I can find it on Youtube or other.
Anyway, back to the competition. There’s 3 questions to be answered of which as usual 2 very easy ones and 1 very difficult one. In the last question you need to answer how much kilometers the Mustang (that you can win) will do touring the Pioneer navgate roadshow through Belgium and The Netherlands. You only get the cities where that roadshow will take place and no starting points or anything so I did a quick calculation of what could possibly be the answer but I’ve never had much luck in competitions such as this one so we’ll see. I know you all want me to want this so thanks in advance for the support ;)
Pioneer could actually end my quest for a year! I guess this is the closest chance yet I’ve had to get myself a Mustang. It still ain’t no classic 65-69 Model, but it’ll do you know. It definitely will do.
“The first Mustang fragrance appealed to his bold, daring and legendary side as he drove through the west. Mustang Blue further defines the Mustang man by exploring his adventuresome side via a drive along the California coastline. Mustang Blue will appeal to men who aspire to the freedom of the outdoors, the power of the engine and the confidence to show off their sexier side. Anything is possible in a Mustang.”
At least that’s it according to Robin Mason, Vice President of Global Marketing for Aramis and Designer Fragrances who are producing this. I’d say ‘whatever’ on this one, still think it’s fun but probably won’t buy it anyway. What about you?