I don’t wish to alarm you guys but Father’s Day is this Sunday (19th of June) so if you’ve left it a little bit too late to get a present, Style Division is on hand to save the day.

We’ve partnered up with Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve to offer one lucky winner a bottle of their finest single malt whisky so the two of you can raise a dram for your dad’s love, guidance and wisdom over the years. The competition closes on Saturday so if you’re the winner you’ll receive the bottle after days after the end of the competition.

  1. ENTER YOUR EMAIL ON THE RIGHT

2. FOLLOW GLENLIVET ON TWITTER

 3. TWEET THE MESSAGE BELOW

 

GIVEAWAY RULES

Rule 1
The competition shall commence on Tuesday 14th June 2016 at 18:00pm (BST) and close on Saturday 18th June 2016 at 12:00pm (BST). All entries received after the closing date will not be entered into the competition draw.
Rule 2
The competition is open to UK residents aged 18 and over, excluding employees and their immediate families of the Promoter, their agents or anyone professionally connected with the administration of this competition. Excludes residents of the Isle of Man and Channel Islands.
Rule 3

To enter the prize draw, all entrants must enter their details to register for the competition through the competition app. Entrants will then be asked to simply follow @TheGlenlivet and retweet "I’ve just entered the @TheGlenlivet competition for a chance to #win on behalf of my dad this #FathersDay #CheersDad

Rule 4

This Promotion is not sponsored, endorsed, administered by [Twitter or Instagram] nor is [Twitter or Instagram] associated with this Promotion. Any information you disclose during this promotion is disclosed to the Promoter and not to [Twitter or Instagram]. The entrant releases [Twitter or Instagram] for all claims and liabilities arising in respect of the Promotion.

Rule 5

No applications from agents, third parties, organised groups or applications automatically generated by computer. No incomplete, illegible or corrupted entries or entries not in accordance with the rules.

Rule 6

Only one entry per person during the competition period.

Rule 7

There is one prize(s) to be won in total. The prize consist of one 70cl bottle of The Glenlivet Founders Reserve. No person may win more than one prize in total in this competition, regardless of the number of entries submitted. No cash alternative is available. Proof of age may be required.

Rule 8

The first valid entry drawn at random from all correct entries in the presence of an independent adjudicator shall win the prize. In the event of any dispute the decision of the promoted is final.

Rule 9

The winner will be notified via email within 24 hours of the relevant draw, and asked to claim their prize. Prizes remaining unclaimed 28 days after the winner is notified will be forfeited, and the Promoter reserves the right to award that prize to an alternative winner determined in accordance with these rules.

Rule 10

All prizes are non-transferable. No cash alternative. In the unlikely event of one the prizes not being available the Promoter reserves the right to offer an alternative or equal or similar value.


Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve

“How pleasant it is for a father to sit at his child’s board. It is like an aged man reclining under the shadow of an oak which he has planted.” – Sir Walter Scott

In Gaelic, Glenlivet means ‘valley of the smooth-flowing one’ and whisky from Livet Valley has been known for exceptional quality since the 19th Century. The Glenlivet has created an expression to honour the original vision of its pioneering founder George Smith.

Dispelling the myths surrounding whisky, Lauren Mustard, Pernod Ricard, the brand owner’s brand ambassador reveals that how you drink your whisky is simply a matter of personal preference, it’s up to you whether you sip it with water, ice, at room temperature or warmer, there’s really no right or wrong way.

Make sure to give them a follow on Twitter @TheGlenlivet and join in the conversation by tagging your posts with #cheersdad

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