Intel® Pride of Place

Please print a copy of these Competition Rules, and submit a signed and dated copy with your Intel® Pride of Place Application Form.

Please print a copy of these Competition Rules, and submit a signed and dated copy with your Intel Pride of Place Application Form.

 

The Promotor

1. The promotor of the Intel Pride of Place competition (the "Competition") is Intel Ireland Limited, Collinstown Industrial Park, Leixlip, Co Kildare (“Intel”). Set out below are the terms and conditions governing the Competition (the "Competition Rules").

What Is the Competition For?

2. Intel is holding this Competition for community organisations to have the opportunity to put forward their ideas for a project that can help improve their organisation while also benefitting their local community ("Project"). The idea could be anything from setting up a youth café that benefits other community members during the day, to restoring an old building in your town and turning it into a new meeting space for community groups. It could be adding a new feature to the town that would drive tourism in the area or passing on a skill from one generation to another. It could also be an idea of how to use technology to make your community more “smart” such as apps to show traffic flow, parking space indicators or when to water plants. Projects will be judged on the criteria set out below.

How to Enter

3. Entrants must complete the Intel Pride of Place Application Form. The Application Form must be submitted with a copy of these Competition Rules, signed in the manner set out below, via our website, Intel.ie, by 5pm on Friday May 17th May 2019.

Prizes

4. Each winning Project(s) will receive a prize of €5,000 (five thousand euro) to be spent on completing the Project.

5. All entrants to the Competition will be invited to an awards event at the Leixlip Manor Hotel on 27th June 2019.

Selection of Winners

6. The winning entrants will be decided by a judging panel of 3-5 judges (including a Chair), comprising business professionals and community representatives chosen by Intel at its discretion (the "Judging Panel"). The names of the judges are available on request.

7. Each Project will be judged on the following criteria (with % weighting in brackets):

  • Community Connection and impact 50%
  • Sustainability 30%
  • Innovation 20%

together the "Judging Criteria".

8. The Judging Panel will, in its sole discretion, choose 6 winning Projects.

9. In the event of any disputes amongst the Judging Panel, the Chair’s decision will be final.

10. The winning Projects will be announced at an event at the Leixlip Manor Hotel on 27th June 2019.

Who Is Eligible to Participate?

11. This competition is open to the following organisations:

  • Leixlip Tidy Town Association.
  • Celbridge Tidy Town Association.
  • Maynooth Tidy Town Association.
  • Any non-profit GAA Club, soccer club, rugby club, basketball club or athletics club in the Leixlip, Maynooth and Celbridge areas.
  • Any junior or senior schools located in the Leixlip, Maynooth and Celbridge areas.
  • Any scout group that is a member of Scouting Ireland and located in the Leixlip, Maynooth or Celbridge areas.

The following are not eligible to participate in the Competition:

11.1 Any persons professionally connected with the Competition; the "Excluded Category".

12. Each entrant organisation must be represented by at least one member aged 18 years of age of older.

12.1 Only those 18 years and over can enter the program. Those under the age of 18 and have a submitted an application, their application will be classed as ‘null and void’

13. Only one application may be submitted from each entrant organisation.

14. Each entrant organisation will ensure that it has obtained (before submitting the entry) all necessary permits, permissions, approvals, licenses and authorisations to enable its Project to be carried out.

15. Each Project should be able to be completed with €5,000. A budget of indicative costs associated with the Project should ideally be submitted with each entry.

Other Terms of Participation:

16. Entrants to the Competition agree to provide such additional information as requested by Intel or any member of the Judging Panel.

17. Each winning organisation agrees to:

  • Spend all of the prize awarded by Intel on completing the Project,
  • Participate in such publicity and media campaigns in respect of the Competition as Intel may reasonably request,
  • Do its best to complete the Project by 27th June 2020, or such later date as may be agreed with Intel,
  • Request all people who participate in implementing the Project to participate in such publicity and media campaigns in respect of the Competition as Intel may reasonably request and, if required by Intel, sign a Personal Release Form,
  • Use all reasonable care to ensure the Intel prize is spent in accordance with standard ethical practices (for example, in terms of how decisions are made as to who is paid with the prize), and provide Intel will such documents and information as Intel needs in order to demonstrate how the prize was spent, and
  • Ensure that a representative from the organisation is present at the Leixlip Manor Hotel on 27th June 2019

18. Intel will, at its discretion, award a prize of €5,000 (five thousand euro) to each winning Project. Other than awarding this amount, Intel has no responsibility or liability with respect to, or arising from, implementing or completing the Project.

19. The prize is not transferable. The winning organisation may need to sign a contract with Intel in order to receive the prize.

20. Intel is committed to compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, policies and ethics rules. These Competition Rules are intended to ensure that each entrant organisation will not violate any such laws, regulations, policies or rules. Intel seeks no promises or favoritism for itself or any of its affiliates in exchange for the participation by any organisation in the Competition. By entering the Competition each organisation:

  • Agrees that its organisation’s participation in the Competition – including its acceptance of any potential prize – will not violate any law, regulation, policy or rule of the organisation’s country, state or government agency; and
  • Certifies that any potential prize is not in exchange for an agreement to influence a recent, pending or anticipated act or decision that may result in Intel or any of its affiliates obtaining or retaining business or a business advantage.

21. Intel is committed to respecting your privacy. By completing the Intel Pride of Place Application Form you are providing Intel your name and email address. This information will be used only for the purpose of registering you for the event. Once the event has taken place, all personal information provided to Intel will be deleted. To learn more about Intel’s privacy practices, please visit http://www.intel.ie/privacy

22. By entering this Competition, your organisation confirms its agreement to be bound by these Competition Rules.

23. The entries to the Competition will not be returned to entrants after the end of the Competition.

24. Intel reserve the right to disqualify any individual or organisation from the Competition who tampers with the voting process, or if it determines that said entrant is attempting to undermine the legitimate operation of the Competition. Intel reserves the right to cancel or amend the Competition and these Competition Rules without notice: (a) for any reason provided such cancellations or amendments do not materially disadvantage participants; or (b) due to circumstances outside of Intel’s control. Any changes to the Competition will be notified through http://www.intel.ie/pop as soon as possible.

25. Any questions or complaints regarding the Competition should be addressed to Intel and sent by email to intel.ireland.corporate.affairs@intel.com.

26. The Competition and these Competition Rules will be governed by Irish law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Ireland.

27. Intel’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the Competition will be final and binding, and no correspondence will be entered into.

Required Forms

Here you can find the Terms & Conditions and Application Form for the programme.

Please complete both forms and send to intel.ireland.corporate.affairs@intel.com If you have any issues online, please send a hard copy to-

Download the application form ›

Download T&C’s form ›

Intel Ireland Global Public Affairs Group
Intel Ireland Leixlip Campus
Collinstown Industrial Park
Lexilip, Co.Kildare

Intel is committed to respecting your privacy and your personal information will only be visible to the Intel® Pride of Place administration and judging panel. By completing the application form you are providing Intel personal information such as your name, address, email address, and telephone number. This information will be used only for the purpose of administering the Pride of Place Competition and will be retained for three months. To learn more about Intel’s privacy practices, please visit http://www.intel.ie/privacy.

Can You Attend Our Presentation Evening?

Click below if you can attend our Pride of Place Presentation Evening. Taking place on the 27th June, Leixlip Manor Hotel.