TORONTO, Sept. 19, 2013 /CNW/ - One of 20 contestants, randomly selected Monday from more than 4,000 online entrants, will have the chance to win a $1-million dream home at the Toronto FC game on Saturday, September 28.
At halftime of TFC's game against D.C. United at BMO Field, a final contestant will attempt to kick a soccer ball from midfield into an opening in the net. If successful, he or she will win the $1-million home in Richmond Hill.
It's all part of the Million Dollar Real Estate Dream Shot contest, sponsored by TITAN Equity Group Ltd., Canada's most innovative real estate investment and development company.
"It will be an absolutely beautiful home," said Lance Kotton, TITAN's President and CEO. "At TITAN, we believe that the opportunity in real estate should be available to all investors. We're communicating that message to the world with the exciting Million Dollar Real Estate Dream Shot contest."
The 20 contestants will be invited to TITAN's suite to watch Toronto FC host Sporting Kansas City this Saturday, September 21. Early in the game, a second random draw will reduce the number of contestants to three - at halftime, the three will compete to determine who can kick a soccer ball the furthest.
The winner of that competition will kick for the dream home on the 28th.
During the week of the 23rd, the lucky finalist will receive pointers and tips from Toronto FC forward Robert Earnshaw during a private meet and greet at the team's Kia Training Ground.
"It won't be easy," said Earnshaw. "That's what makes this contest so exciting."
About TITAN Equity Group
TITAN is a real estate investment and development company offering investors Pooled Mortgage Investments (PMI), and TREAD Notes (Exempt Market product.) TITAN has a wide variety of projects for a diverse base of clientele, along with a complete line-up of stable and rewarding products to serve and provide generous returns on investments.
Investors with TITAN products are assured that their capital, which is asset-backed, is optimally employed to assure efficiency and effectiveness.
SOURCE: Titan Equity Group
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