6. The person for whom a publicity contest is carried on shall ensure that the advertising for the contest does not imply that any person:
(1) has won a given prize;
(2) may enter a contest for the purposes of receiving a prize or being able to win a prize, when in fact all participants receive a prize.
The person shall ensure that the advertising states the number of and describes the prizes offered in the contest and their respective value, that it mentions that only one prize is offered or that it specifies the smallest and largest value of the prizes.
The person shall also ensure that the advertising states how and where the public may obtain the text of the contest rules.
Where participation in a publicity contest requires the purchase of a good or service, the person shall ensure that the advertising states the nature of the skill-testing requirement that a winner must satisfy in order to claim his prize.
Decision 82-08-02, s. 6; Decision 88-12-14, s. 4; Decision 91-10-21, s. 1.