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Holden giving away new VF Commodore

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    The first puzzle pieces will be released on February 6, with the hunt concluding on 10 February.

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You just have to solve the Holden VF Commodore puzzle to win it.

Holden is giving away a new Commodore, you've just got to piece the puzzle together.

In the largest hunt of its kind in Australia, 101 virtual puzzle pieces that make up the first image of the new VF Commodore have been hidden around the country in both physical and online locations.

Players can register to help Holden build the new Commodore on a new microsite,, where they will receive daily clues to find a piece of the image.

Anyone who finds one of the pieces and shares it online will be entered into a prize draw to win one of the first VF Commodores to roll off the production line.

Holden Marketing Director, Simon Carr said social media offered Holden a unique opportunity to engage fans, customers and the public in the launch of the new car.

"The last time we launched a new Commodore, social media was in its infancy. Facebook and YouTube were not household names and mobile phones were for calls and texts.

"What better way to reveal an Australian favourite than engage our fans and enthusiasts in the hunt to create its first official image?"

Registrations to participate in the Build The Commodore campaign are open today. The first puzzle pieces will be released on February 6 with the hunt concluding as the real-life car is revealed via live stream on the Holden website on 10 February.


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  • Competition no fair for all as I live in the bush.

    Guy Treeby of Australia Posted on 07 February 2013 6:06am
  • Will there a new Caprice? Stateman name been dropped.

    Joe Lovestick Posted on 05 February 2013 6:06pm

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