BAPIA announces February Facebook competition

After a successful start to the new year, BAPIA has now revealed that the theme for its February  balloon decor competition will be ‘Love’, in honour of Valentine’s Day, on Thursday 14 February.

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

“The theme this month is ‘LOVE’,” revealed chairman John Bowler, “so look through all of your work photos, pick out your favourite romantic design you’ve done and add it into the February album only please using the ‘add photo’ button in the top right – nowhere else or we might not see it!”

For February 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 February are:

Prize 1: A beautiful silver ceramic balloon dog sculpture sponsored by BAPIA
Prize 2: £50 discount off an order with Hi-Flyers Balloons
Prize 3: To be announced – so keep your eyes peeled!

Photo must be of your own work. One photo entry per member please. Competition closes at midnight on Thursday 28th February. Winner will be announced soon after.  Competition is open to BAPIA members only. One entry per member.

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