Time to clean up!

Get dirty and clean up with online competition

Published:  24 May, 2010

NUNEATON: Triton Showers has launched eight 'Good Clean Fun' viral videos online to encourage the nation to 'get messy, get showering and get filming'. There's a £1000 stake on offer for those ready take up the challenge.

Each of the clips, which can be seen on YouTube, Triton's website or on the Triton Showers Facebook Fan Page, show people of all ages finding simple ways to have 'Good Clean Fun' – before setting the challenging for people to create their own fun videos.

Clips range from students sliding through curry to waterskiing through a muddy field behind a quad bike and children enjoying their party food on a bouncy castle – all in the knowledge they can get clean in their Triton Shower afterwards.

The video with the most views by 31 August will scoop the £1000 prize.

Lorna Fellowes, managing director of Triton Showers said: "As more people turn to the internet as a source of information and entertainment, Triton's 'Good Clean Fun' viral campaign aims to engage with our customers, installers and merchants on a new level. We hope to encourage people to break from their routine and simply have fun, without worrying if it means they get a bit messy."

The 'Good Clean Fun' campaign follows Triton's investment in the development of its new look website, You Tube channel, Facebook fan page and Twitter feed.

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