WIN a trip to find Tiger cubs with Nokia & Tech Girl!
So a few months ago Nokia launched their Project Come Closer campaign. The idea was that you submitted your favourite photo memory and, if selected, the folks at Nokia would use their fab Lumias to recapture the snap. Yup, they’d recreate the memory and even reunite you with long last friends in the photo. Part of the campaign included a #MediaMemories competition which I (Sam, the editor of this here internet space) won.
Of course, I had no interest in humans but wanted to be reconnected with this little dude:
Armed with a Lumia, I’m off to find my tiger cub and figure the more explorers with me the better! The rad folks at Nokia agree and think you need to come along. Here’s how it is going to work, you and a friend/boyfriend/significant other/sibling/strange person you take along on trips stand the chance to win a weekend away to this gorgeous little piece of heaven:
The catch? I’m coming along… and we’re hunting for tigers (there is a host of other fun stuff we’ll be doing as well but at some point we’re all cuddling tiger cubs. Not a bad deal I think!)
Entering is easy enough:
You need to be based in South Africa.
You need to be over 18
No gender restrictions. Equal opportunity for all.
You need to comment on this post or write on our Facebook page and tell us why you think you & your partner should come along on the trip with us.
Judging criteria is going to be based on those answers.
We’ll announce a winner on Friday the 13th of June (because it should be a lucky day!)
Once you’ve commented with your answer, tweet the following and your entry is secure:
“I want to go searching for tigers with @TechGirlZA @IAmSamW & @NokiaRSA – pick me to win! http://goo.gl/iPEikF ”
If you don’t have twitter you’ll need to post the above message on the Tech Girl Facebook wall to ensure your entry.
It’s going to be an adventure. I hope you’re ready!
This competition is now closed. Congrats Emma Garson!
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