Romax Xmas Competition
This year’s bit of festive fun from Romax requires you to don this Santa mask, snap and upload a picture from the most entertaining/obscure/funny/wacky location you can. (Keep it clean!)
All you need to do is:
1. Take a selfie with the Romax’s Santa Mask, or grab your colleagues and get them involved too
2. Upload it either on:
- Your personal Instagram or Twitter account using the hashtag #RomaxXmas
- Or publishing on our Facebook Fan Page’s wall https://www.facebook.com/RomaxMarketing/ with the hashtag #RomaxXmas (subject to approval)
3. Don’t forget like us on
4. Spread the word: Every vote counts!
Asking for votes will increase your odds of winning – Ask them for visiting our Facebook FanPage.
It’s as easy as that!
But it’s not only about having fun – The winner will receive £100 worth of Amazon voucher
Competition Ends Date: Monday 18th December 1.00 pm
We will communicate the winner via our social media platforms. The winner will be selected randomly by the contest app – not by us!
And the winner is:
Thanks to everyone who participated and helped make this competition a success!
Terms & Conditions
- Participation is only available using the hashtag #romaxxmas and via the presented links.
- One single picture must be shared only on one social media account. Every participant can upload up to one picture on every social media account. But only
- A single person can vote only once
- You must follow Romax Marketing on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook account.
- You should be prepared to share it on social media
- Participants must be Romax’s clients or qualified potential clients
- The selfie must contain the pictures with the Romax’s logo
- Pictures will be moderated by Romax team, if doesn’t match with the terms&conditions it will be removed
- Not obscene pictures are allowed
- Not denigrated pictures either for other persons and Romax’s brand are allowed
- Romax employees can join the contest (why should we not have some fun too!) BUT are excluded from winning the prize.
« A Christmas message from our Managing Director What impact will GDPR have on SMEs »