Play Wii Tennis And Win Lexus IS

Written by tonks on August 29, 2007

2008 Lexus IS FPlayers of the Nintendo Wii will be happy to know that all the hard work they have put into learning how to play it could pay off. This Wii tennis face-off is a prelude to the U.S. Open Tennis Championship games and the winner will be driving away with a Lexus.

On Sept 4-6, the company will offer gamers the chance to show off their Wii Tennis skills in Rockefeller Center, NYC for a chance at driving away with a new Lexus. Named the Lexus Virtual Open, professional tennis player and ESPN on-court analyst Luke Jensen will provide instruction and commentary during the course of the event. The booths will offer a scaled down version of a tennis stadium and it offers bleachers, so players get the true sports feel.

For each serve hit during the tournament, Lexus will donate $1 to the Andy Roddick Foundation (up to $30,000). The two top scorers for the three-day event will win the grand prize: a one-year lease on a Lexus IS F and two tickets to watch the US Open finals in the Lexus Luxury Suite on Sunday, Sept. 9. One runner-up will receive two tickets to the US Open semi-finals on Sept. 8 from the posh Lexus Luxury Suite.

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