Win £300 of holiday vouchers with new Dunlop competition

Published:  07 July, 2016

Dunlop is launching a new #WheresDunlopman photography competition with a top prize of £300 in Super-Break holiday vouchers.

Dunlop is looking for people across the UK, whether they’re tradespeople or behind the trade counter, to submit their best images via social media of the “Dunlopman” USB stick in unusual or far-flung locations and situations using #WheresDunlopman.

Dunlopman USB sticks will available to pick up at Dunlop trade events to be held at builders and decorators merchants across the country in the next few weeks. Judges will be looking for the most creative, imaginative and funniest pictures, with the winner receiving vouchers to enjoy a holiday of their choice (with or without Dunlopman).

To enter the competition, tradesmen or women must follow @DunlopProDecor or @DunlopAdhesives on Twitter, or like the company’s Facebook page and submit their photographs by 31 August 2016. The winner will be selected by a panel of judges and announced by the end of September.

Debi Boulton, Dunlop sales and marketing manager, said: “The Dunlopman USB stick is one of the most popular giveaways at our trade events and a number of our customers have been sending in their pictures of Dunlopman in funny situations or locations. We thought it would be a great idea to challenge everyone with one of our USB sticks to come up with inventive and imaginative pictures.”

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