Oakley has boosted its presence in Vancouver during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games to promote its eyewear and the athletes that wear it (such as Shaun White, Jenn Heil, Alex Bilodeau, Maelle Ricker and Kristina Groves).
Located on Grouse Mountain the Rolling O-Lab is a mobile demonstration unit open from 9:00am until 8:00pm. It’s a free pavilion where you can learn about performance eye protection.
Oakley Pop-Up Store
The Oakley Pop-Up Store has appeared at 488 Robson Street featuring an Oakley Custom Bar where you can browse eyewear products.
As a special promotion they offered me a limited edition Vancouver 2010 Oakley prize pack to give away to my readers which includes:
To enter to win please leave a comment below stating your favourite part of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics sporting events so far. You may also re-tweet to enter by copying and pasting this text:
Update March 1, 2010 I just drew a winner randomly and it was Gunnerbunny in the comments. Congratulations and thanks to everyone for sharing their memories!
Fine print: You may comment and re-tweet for a total of 2 entries. The contest will be open until 12:00pm March 1st, 2010 and I will draw a winner at random from all the entries. The winner will have 48 hours to confirm otherwise I will draw another name. Best of luck and I hope everyone’s enjoying the Games so far.