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Rallye Sunseeker Offers Fans Chance To Win Rally Tickets

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Tom Cave In Action During Rallye Sunseeker 2011 - Photo Credit: Stuart Paice

 

The organisers of the 2012 Rallye Sunseeker are offering fans the chance to win tickets to this year's rally by uploading their photos and videos from last years event.

Two separate prizes of an AAA Car Pass and Programme worth £70.00, are being offered to the fans who upload the best photos and videos to the rally's Flickr and Youtube channels.

Budding photographers are asked to upload a maximum of one photo to the rally's Flickr group (http://www.flickr.com/groups/rallyesunseeker2012/), with the photos to be put in a poll on the rally's facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/rallysunseeker), where the winner will be chosen.

For those with videos of the 2011 event, they should upload their video to Youtube, before adding a link to their video in the channel comment box on the rally's official Youtube channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/RallySunseeker). Like with the photos, the videos will be uploaded to the Facebook page, where a poll will decide the best.

The competitions are for amateurs only, with the closing date for entries the 5th February, followed by the polls running on the 8th to 15th February.

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