The medallion is located on easily accessible public land in the city of Seattle. It is not at the Seattle Center, and it is not on private...
The medallion is located on easily accessible public land in the city of Seattle.
It is not at the Seattle Center, and it is not on private property.
The medallion is placed in such a way that you can easily remove it from its location. You do not need to dig, move or disturb property in any way. If you find the medallion, take it, keep it in your possession and call the phone number you’ll find on the back.
The medallion is accessible to everyone — there is no need to climb, crawl or clamber. Please immediately follow the directions printed on the back of the medallion to qualify for the award, a $2,500 value of cash and prizes.
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A new clue will be published daily through Saturday, Oct. 28, unless the medallion is found prior to that date.
The sponsors of the Emerald City Search reserve the right to discontinue the search at any time if any property is destroyed.
If the medallion is not found by 10 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, the sponsors reserve the right to terminate the search.
To be eligible to claim the prize, all contestants agree that the University of Washington (including but not limited to the College of Arts and Sciences and UW Alumni Association), Hillel UW, City of Seattle, Pacific Science Center and The Seattle Times, and their respective affiliations, parents, subsidies, advertising representatives and agents will have no liability whatsoever, and will be held harmless by contestants of any injuries, losses or damages of any kind resulting in whole or part, directly or indirectly from acceptance, possession, misuse or use of the prizes or participation in this contest.
Except where legally prohibited, by accepting the prize, the winner grants permission for sponsors of the search to use his or her name, photograph, voice and/or likeness for advertising and/or publicity.
All contest rules and decisions are final. Employees and immediate family members of the University of Washington College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office, participating departments, UW Alumni Association, Hillel UW, City of Seattle transportation and events departments, Pacific Science Center, and The Seattle Times are not eligible.
For more information, call the UW Alumi Association at 206-543-0540.