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With March Madness underway, many college basketball fans are keeping a close watch on their bracket as the tournament rages on.
But as fans may be keeping a close eye on the tourney, why not add some more excitement to this time of year with a shot to win a San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker PRS 330 Limited Edition Tissot watch.
That's right, guess the winning team of the tournament for a chance to win a Parker PRS 330 Limited Edition watch and a runner up will receive a basketball signed by Tissot ambassador Tony Parker himself!
All you have to do is "Like" the Facebook page, and guess the winning team of the tournament for a chance to win a Tony Parker PRS 330 Limited Edition watch!
Sweepstakes begins 3/22/13 at 12:00pm EST and ends 4/5/13 at 11:59pm EST.
Enter here for the Facebook getaway:
Link - https://www.facebook.com/Tissot/app_512993158742321
Good luck Spurs fans!
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