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Give your garden a makeover with Merrill Lynch

Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, sponsor of the world&#39s leading horticul-

tural event, the Chelsea Flower Show,

is offering readers a final chance to win

a garden makeover worth up to £10,000

or one of 30 pairs of tickets to this year&#39s show, which is being held in

London

from May 21 to 25.

The Royal Horticultural Society&#39s Chelsea Flower Show, the pre-eminent

event in the gardening calendar, was

first held in 1888. MLIM&#39s four-year sponsorship includes the bicentenary

of the RHS in 2004.

The top prize in our competition will allow you to create your very own

show garden. So, whether you want to totally transform or just enhance your

current garden, our expert team of garden designers can help you create

your

dream garden.

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is

a blend of skill, tradition, innovation

and, above all, excellence – values

which are shared by MLIM.

The company has more than 900 investment professionals worldwide,

operating from 22 countries, and offers

a broad spectrum of innovative products for institutional, mutual fund and

private investors, including active, passive, quantitative, hedge fund and

private

equity funds.

MLIM&#39s stable of 21 Isa funds such

as the Global Titans fund and the UK Dynamic fund, will allow your clients

to capture the latest opportunities.

The competition

The competition, which finishes this week,

has featured in Money Marketing every

other week leading up to the Chelsea Flower Show.

The prize

Ten winners will be picked in each week

of the competition. Each receives a pair

of tickets to the Chelsea Flower Show for use on either May 24 or 25, at

the discretion of the promoter.

All correct entries will also be entered

in a final prize draw, with one lucky

reader winning a garden makeover worth up to £10,000.

Entry

To enter the competition, simply answer the three questions below. Next, send

your correct answers via email to the following address:

chelsea_mm@ml.com. Don&#39t forget to include your contact details in your

email.

All entries must be received no later

than 3pm on each Friday of the week

in which the competition appears. Only one entry is allowed per person.

Winners will be notified by email within one day

of the draws.

If you are not one of the lucky winners and would like to visit the show,

you can still book tickets for May 24 and 25 by calling 0870 906 3781 in

advance. Early booking is recommended.

COMPETITION QUESTIONS: WEEK THREE

1. Where do sunflowers originate?

a. US/North America b. Iceland c. Denmark

2. What flower is featured in this year&#39s Chelsea Flower Show emblem

pictured above?

a. Tulip b. Iris c. Daffodil

3. How many Isa funds does MLIM offer?

a. 15 b. 18 c. 21

Terms and conditions

1. The promotion is open only to registered IFAs aged 18 or over, except

employees of Merrill Lynch Investment Managers and Money Marketing, their

families, agents or anyone connected with the promotion.

2. The prizes are non-transferable and there is a no cash alternative.

3. The promoter cannot accept responsibility for email entries which are

lost or delayed once sent. Proof of completing and sending the email is not

proof of final delivery to the promoter.

4. Prizewinners may be required to take part in future publicity.

5. The promoter is Merrill Lynch Investment Managers, 33 King William

Street, London EC4R 9AS.

Issued by Merrill Lynch Investment Managers Limited which is regulated by

Imro and a subsidiary of Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Merrill Lynch Investment

Managers is a trading name of Merrill Lynch Investment Managers Limited

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