Volvo Canada announces winner of "Journey to the Wedding" contest

VOLVO CANADA - Volvo Cars of Canada Corp. recently announced the grand prize winner of the "Journey to the Wedding" contest. Adilah Rabbani of Delta, BC. beat out thousands of other fans who visited the Volvo Canada Facebook fan page and registered to play three online challenges based on the popular Twilight movie franchise. Successfully completing all three games in the fastest time, Rabbani has won a trip for her and a friend to Rio de Janeiro, including a stay in the same luxurious house where Edward and Bella spend their honeymoon. Not only that, but she also won a brand new 325 horsepower Volvo S60 R-Design just like the one Edward drives in the latest installment of Summit Entertainment's Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn - Part 1, which opened in theatres on November 18th. "I couldn't believe it when I heard the news I'd won," said Rabbani, "I'm so excited to go on the trip to Rio de Janeiro and can't wait to pick up my new Volvo!"

Seamlessly combining style and substance, the sleek new Volvo S60 R-Design features a perfect blend of acceleration, performance and fuel efficiency, making it Volvo's most dynamic model ever.

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"We were overwhelmed by the excitement and enthusiasm Twilight fans showed for this contest on our Facebook fan page," said Brad Painter, national marketing manager for Volvo Cars of Canada. "Adilah successfully beat out literally thousands of other entrants to win an amazing vacation and a Volvo S60 T6 R-Design, the most powerful production Volvo in history."
Fans that want their own Volvo S60 R-Design can visit a local Volvo retailer or go to www.volvocars.com/en-CA

Edward's S60 T6 R-Design is all-wheel drive with an automatic six-speed transmission, featuring leather interior, 18-inch diamond-cut Xion alloy wheels, sport chassis, active dual Xenon headlights, rear spoiler, climate package, multimedia package, BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) and keyless drive.