Do you remember those 70s cartoons of the little man & woman with the message “Love is…..”?
To celebrate the anniversary of the Visit Banbury “Be Positive About Banbury” video which we gifted to Banbury on St. Valentine’s Day last year and to give someone a special treat, we have a little competition for all of our Twitter followers & Facebook likers. And we have taken inspiration from those famous cartoons.
Our friends at The Italian Larder www.theitalianlarder.co.uk
also have something to celebrate as this is their first St. Valentine’s Day in their new location on Wildmere Industrial Estate (close to Banbury Gateway Shopping Centre) and so they have very kindly donated a Tiramisu panettone & a bottle of Prosecco for us to give as a prize to one lucky follower or liker of the Visit Banbury Twitter feed or Facebook page.
How to Enter
All you have to do is ensure you are following http://www.twitter.com/VisitBanbury or have liked http://www.facebook.com/VisitBanbury and send us a tweet or a Facebook message with the hashtag #LoveIsBanbury and tell us what is the ONE thing you most love about Banbury.
You can also find The Italian Larder on Twitter & Facebook
Closing date is Midnight on Friday 12th February 2016.
All entries received with #LoveIsBanbury, an item which you love about Banbury and which are verifiably from a follower or liker of the Visit Banbury social media channels mentioned will be entered into the competition and one entry will be drawn at random.
The winner will be advised on Saturday 13th February.
Prizes will NOT be sent by post / courier so please ensure you could collect them from the Visit Banbury team in Banbury.
The winner agrees to take part in promotional photography & authorises Visit Banbury to retain ownership of the photos taken and to use them in Visit Banbury social media / internet or print media publicity.
Neither Twitter or Facebook are involved in this competition run by Visit Banbury in conjunction with The Italian Larder.
The decision of Visit Banbury is final and Visit Banbury reserve the right to withdraw the competition if circumstances dictate.