BAPIA announces April Facebook competition

BAPIA has now revealed that the theme for its April balloon decor competition will be ‘Hi-Float’, celebrating all designs and creations which use Hi-Float.

Send in your entries by simply submitting a photo of your best creation which uses Hi-Float by uploading it to the April competition photo album on Facebook. You can also vote for others to win by ‘liking’ their pictures.

“The theme this month is ‘Hi-Float’,” revealed chairman John Bowler, “so look through all of your work photos, pick out your favourite design which uses Hi-Float and add it into the April album only please using the ‘add photo’ button in the top right. Don’t just post it to the group’s timeline as we might not see it!”

Entrants are also reminded to:

1. Include some information on how Hi-Float was used in your design, and

2. Use the hashtag #hifloat in your description.

This month’s competition is generously sponsored by Hi-Float, who is giving away a 96oz Bottle of Hi-Float (complete with dispenser kit) to three lucky winners.

Prizes will awarded in the usual way. One will be awarded to the photo with the most ‘likes’, another will be picked by an independent judge and the final bottle of Hi-Float will go to a randomly selected photo.

Photo must be of your own work. One photo entry per member please. Competition closes at midnight on Tuesday 30 April. The winners will be announced soon after.  Competition is open to BAPIA members only. One entry per member.

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