BAPIA announces December Facebook competition

After a successful Halloween competiton, BAPIA has now revealed that the theme for its December¬† balloon decor competition will be ‘Winter Wonderland and all things Christmassy!’.

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

“We’re very sorry that we weren’t able to post a November photo competition folks,” said BAPIA chairman John Bowler. “Things got a bit crazy at HQ for a bit there with the busy festive period but we’re back on track!”

For December BAPIA will again be awarding prizes in the following way:

Prize 1: Goes to the photograph that receives the most ‘Like’s
Prize 2: Goes to the photograph that is voted for by an independent judge.
Prize 3: Goes to a random photograph drawn from all of the entries this month.

Prizes for December are:

Prize 1: A Ted Baker Balloon Dog necklace and pendant, sponsored by BAPIA
Prize 2: £50 Balloon bundle, sponsored by BAPIA
Prize 3: To be announced – so keep your eyes peeled!

Photos must be of your own work.

The competition is open to BAPIA members only and will close at midnight on Wednesday 2 January 2019. The number of likes will be counted and the winners announced on Thursday 3 January.

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