There's nothing extreme when it comes to the math. There's no calculus or anything of that nature, and the English used is normal everyday language
West Palm Beach, Fla. (PRWEB) November 10, 2005 –-
It's been said that books offer treasures of the greatest wealth. Perhaps the publishers of Winmywpbhome.com, Inc.-- a soon to be released puzzle book -- had this in mind when they came up with their "Solve the Puzzles" contest, and the chance for one person to win a new dream home in West Palm Beach, Fla., and up to $2.5 million in cash.
What's the catch? Not much for those who enjoy solving puzzlers and think that they're capable of correctly answering all 12 puzzles contained in a book available for purchase at http://www.winmywpbhome.com. The book must be purchased in order to play the game. Due to the large cash prizes, the book will only be available via their web site or by telephone order.
The contest, which began at 12:01 a.m. Nov. 9 is intended as a game of skill to test the ability of one grand prizewinner to consecutively unravel 12 puzzles. Contestants use the clues published on the Win My West Palm Beach Home website, http://www.winmywpbhome.com.
Other prizes, totaling more than $2 million, will also be offered, but there will be only one grand prize winner who successfully solves the puzzles to determine the exact location of a buried set of keys that open the front door to their new dream home and a cash prize of up to $2.5 million.
How hard is it to solve the puzzles? It's not rocket science, according to Krystal Giordano, who handles public relations for the event. "I think that anyone who can follow directions has the ability to solve all of the puzzles -- especially after the clues have been released," she said. According to Giordano, all that is needed is to know your alphabet and basic math skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
"There's nothing extreme when it comes to the math. There's no calculus or anything of that nature, and the English used is normal everyday language," said Giordano.
Besides enjoying the challenge of the game, contestants can also feel good knowing that for each puzzle book they purchase, a donation of $1 will be contributed to the American Red Cross.
"It's our ultimate goal to sell 1,250,000 books. If we're able to reach this goal, we'll donate $1,250,000 to the American Red Cross, and at this sales point, we'll release all of our clues. After that, it will just be a matter of time before someone will win the home along with the large cash prize," said Giordano.
For further details and a complete list of rules visit http://www.winmywpbhome.com/.
Cost of Book and clues together: $29.99
Phone: 866 414-2WIN (2946)
FAX: 973 808-5755