Secaucus, NJ—Panasonic, the official 3D HDTV sponsor of the US Open, recently kicked off the Panasonic Experience Amazing sweepstakes, which runs through August 6, 2011 and will award one consumer a grand-prize trip for two to the 2011 US Open finals weekend at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York, and a Panasonic Full HD 3D home entertainment system.
Consumers can enter to win the sweepstakes by visiting: panasonic.com/USOpenVIPSweeps The grand-prize winner will receive a four-day/three night trip for two to New York, tickets to the US Open men’s singles semifinals and women’s singles final on September 10 and the men’s singles final on September 11, and a Panasonic Full HD 3D home entertainment system that includes a Viera GT30 50-inch class Full HD 3D plasma TV (TC-P50GT30), a Panasonic 3D Blu-ray Disc home theater system (SC-BTT770) and two pairs of Panasonic Active Shutter 3D eyewear (TY-EW3D10U).
“For two weeks every year, the sporting world and tennis fans worldwide turn their attention to the courts of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York for one of the most unique and exciting events in sports, the US Open,” said Shiro Kitajima, president, Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company. “As a proud sponsor of the US Open, Panasonic wants to give one lucky consumer the opportunity to experience the excitement of a US Open final in person. And for those that can’t be courtside, as a worldwide leader in 3D and high-definition technology, we are proud to create products that can deliver the stunning action of the US Open right into your living room in Full HD 3D and 2D with a picture quality that is truly the next best thing to being there live.”
In 2010, Panasonic partnered with DIRECTV and CBS Sports to deliver the first-ever 3D broadcasts of US Open matches, including the men’s and women’s singles finals. The Panasonic Experience Amazing sweepstakes is the first of many consumer promotions and initiatives that will be launched by Panasonic surrounding the 2011 US Open. panasonic.com