In a few short days (pun intended) is the winter solstice, and we'd like to celebrate this darkest of days with a contest. 

Enter to win your choice of two prizes: a two-hour branding consultation with aasman or a gift card from itunes. 

All you have to do is tell us what time the sun will set on December 21, 2011 in Whitehorse.

Correct answers will be entered in a draw and we'll randomly select the winner from our fancy contest hat (i.e. a plastic bag from Tags). 

Our solstice contest is now closed. A big thank you to everyone who entered, commented or just stopped by for a look. We'll reveal the results tomorrow. Stay tuned...

Photos
top: Paul Mantle
bottom: Nicolas Dory

 

10 comments




by Alan

Thanks for the contest!

12.20.2011

by Doug Brown

There’s some tomfoolery going on here no doubt!  Love the photo at the end of the post.

12.20.2011

by Carole

Sunset on Dec 21/11 will be 3:47pm. Didn’t want to enter phone number in fields, but you can e-mail me if I win. Thanks!

12.20.2011

by Ed

Love the contests!Its always fun to guess, but since it was about 30 years since I’ve experienced a Whitehorse Dec 21st, this is definitely a guess!

12.21.2011

by Eleanor

perhaps the sunsets at different times depending on which end of city limits you’re standing at! It’s coming soooooon.

12.21.2011

by Doug Brown

I’m less than an hour away from collecting my brand consultation!

12.21.2011

by Eleanor

you’re going to have to come and get it if you win Doug! You can come even if you don’t win though too!

12.21.2011

by Eleanor

Thanks to everyone who entered! The contest is now closed. The winner will be announced soon!

Happy Solstice

12.21.2011

by Eleanor

Oops! 20 more minutes.

;)

12.21.2011

by Eleanor

Congratulations to Yukoner Jenny Charchun who will be enjoying great music during the holidays!

12.22.2011

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