Saturday, October 11, 2008

Become the first LEGO TECHNIC Kids' Ambassador

LEGO TECHNIC and the LEGO Club are looking for the first ever LEGO Technic Kids’ Ambassador.

This is the last announcement at the LEGO TECHNIC webpage (UK region) and is open only for residents of the United Kingdom, Eire and the Channel Islands.
The announcement also says,



"We’re looking for a true LEGO TECHNIC fan to go on a trip of a lifetime to LEGO Headquarters in Denmark. While in Denmark the Ambassador will meet the LEGO TECHNIC designers, see some sneak previews of new LEGO TECHNIC sets and even have a say in what upcoming LEGO Technic sets should look like! As if that wasn’t enough the Ambassador will even get a LEGO TECHNIC goody bag to take home."

Find the original version with full details and participation conditions, here.


3 comments:

Lord_of_Pain said...

why LEGO, why couldn't u have done it in the US, why!!!

legoadam said...

Everything is done in the US. Films, hamburgers, basketball .. and even economic failures! Give the poor Europeens a chance to enjoy things.

LegoJacob said...

I got so exited about that but I looked at the date of when you have to enter by and saw that it was 2008 not 2011.

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