AirAsia X Contest back for 2010

The Oakland Raiders, The Team of the Decades, are proud to continue their sponsorship with AirAsia X, the largest long haul low-fare airline in Asia. After last year's successful campaign, AirAsia X will once again host a "1,000 Free Seats" web-based contest in which fans will be chosen at random for the opportunity to win free tickets to the Raiders' home games.

An industry leader in providing content for international fans, the Silver and Black maintains a global presence and communicates worldwide through the team's official web properties that feature original and translated content in six different languages - Tagalog, Japanese, German, Chinese, Spanish and English. Information on the sponsorship with AirAsia X is available on all six of the Raiders' multilingual websites.  AirAsia X, the long haul, low fare affiliate carrier of AirAsia currently flies to destinations in China, Australia, Taiwan, India, Iran, Korea and the UK. AirAsia is the regional carrier with the largest destination network and highest flight frequencies. AirAsia was named World's Best Low Cost Airline in the annual World Airline Survey by Skytrax for two consecutive years in 2009 and 2010.

Fans interested in the "1,000 Free Seats Courtesy of AirAsia X" giveaway may participate in this contest by logging on to Raiders.com at http://www.raiders.com/fans/air-asia.html and completing the online entry form. Seven days prior to each Raiders home game from September 19, 2010 to December 26, 2010, fifty winners will be selected at random to win two free tickets in the AirAsia section.  For more details, log on to the Raiders.com website. 

The Raiders opened the organization's 51st season of professional football earlier this month. For tickets, fans can call 1-800-Raiders or visit the Raiders.com ticket section.

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