LYNDHURST, N.J., Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Citizen Watch Company of America, Inc. (COA) will sponsor a scavenger hunt featuring their Brand Ambassador, Tennis Champion Victoria "Vika" Azarenka on Tuesday, August 20th, 2013 in New York City, to celebrate CITIZEN's role as the official timekeeper of the 2013 US Open.
This scavenger hunt will take place from 8:00 AM -12:00 PM and will feature 5 large tennis balls hidden at iconic New York City locations. Clues to the location of each ball will be featured on both Ms. Azarenka and CITIZEN's social media sites, and each tennis ball will include a note informing the finder where they should go to receive their prize – a Citizen Eco-Drive US Open Series watch, tickets to the US Open, and a chance to meet Ms. Azarenka herself.
CITIZEN will also be making a donation to the Harlem Junior Tennis & Education Program, whose mission is to bring tennis to youth from high risk, low-income inner-city neighborhoods. CITIZEN will be hosting a youth clinic with Brand Ambassador Victoria Azarenka at 12:15 PM at the tennis courts at Howard Bennett Park; 135th Street between Lenox Ave & 5th Ave, New York, New York on August 20, 2013. A check presentation to the Harlem Junior Tennis & Education Program will take place there as well.
Jeffrey Cohen, President of Citizen Watch Company of America remarked: "We could not be more pleased to celebrate our 21st year as the Official Timekeeper of the US Open with a fun event, open to everyone, which includes a chance to meet Vika and attend one of this year's exciting US Open matches. We are also happy to have the opportunity to support under-served New York children with free tennis programming through the Harlem Junior Tennis and Education Program."
Ms. Azarenka's social media channels are as follows:
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CITIZEN holds the leading position in the mid-priced watch market in the United States, setting itself apart from its competitors with its ecologically friendly Eco-Drive technology. Utilizing the power of light, Citizen Eco-Drive technology converts light into stored energy to power a watch for at least six months, even in the dark. Fueled by light. Any light. A watch that never needs a battery.
SOURCE Citizen Watch Company of America, Inc.