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It is here: enter to have a chance to win a Zero Gravity flight experience, and more!

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 24-Nov-2008 12:00

Wow! Since my own Zero Gravity flight experience a few months ago I have been waiting to announce this competition coming to Geekzone. And it's here at last.

It's huge: Symantec is taking the winner from this and other similar competitions from around the world on a business class flight to the USA and once there they will experience a Zero Gravity flight - about 90 minutes of excitment with 15 Zero Gravity sequences.

And that's not all. The winners gets a chance to enter a second draw with a suborbital flight as a prize.

How big is that?

Check all you need to know (sorry, long T&Cs, talk to the lawyers!) in our Zero G competition page.

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